James Cleverly, Minister for the Middle East and North Africa, responds to an Urgent Question on Iran’s decision to sentence Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe on further charges.
James is the Minister for Middle East and North Africa at the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO). James was first appointed as a joint Minister of State in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and the Department for International Development on 13 February 2020.
For details of his areas of responsibility visit his page on the FCDO section of the UK Government website:
James Cleverly, Minister for The Middle East and North Africa, responds to a Westminster Hall debate on land rights for religious minorities, with specific reference to seizure of farmland from Baha’i communities in Iran.
James Cleverly highlights the UK’s pivotal position as the host of G7 and the COP climate summit later this year which, with support from our international allies and the blueprint provided by the integrated review, means the UK is well placed to help the world to build back better from coronavirus and create a greener, fairer, more prosperous and more secure future for us all.
James Cleverly responds to an Adjournment debate on the conflict in Tigray region of Ethiopia and outlines the UK’s desire for a political solution and for investigations into atrocities so that those committing abuses do not evade justice, in the meantime, the priority is to make sure that humanitarian support continues to reach those in desperate need.