We will raise that. The hon.
I thank the hon. Gentleman for his heartfelt comments.
As I said to the hon. Gentleman earlier, the constitution unfortunately constrains that to a certain extent.
I am not sure whether the hon. Gentleman heard my words earlier on this issue.
As I pointed out, we are in touch with the UN Security Council. We led the discussions that took place last week in this regard.
No one was suggesting that knowing about such a situation would be dependent on a ministerial visit.
I will not condemn an elected politician who, in my view, is doing her level best in the most incredibly difficult circumstances.
As the hon.
As I have said, that is a legal issue that has to go through the United Nations.
To be fair, the nature of diplomacy is to try to keep open lines of communication as far as possible.