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Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO)
Statement by Ambassador Jonathan Allen, UK Charge d' Affaires to the UN, at the Security Council briefing by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees
The government has announced 3 further charter flights from Bangladesh, bringing more than 900 British travellers home to the UK.
More than 20,000 British travellers, on 83 Government charter flights, will return to the UK from across South Asia by 7 May.
An additional 5 charter flights will bring home more than 1,250 British travellers to the UK from Bangladesh.
UK announces 4 charter flights from Bangladesh to take home British travellers.
At the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Minister Lord (Tariq) Ahmad of Wimbledon explained how the UK prioritises promoting and protecting human rights.
The UK's Ambassador to the UN in Geneva, Julian Braithwaite, delivers a statement to the first-ever Global Refugee Forum.
British High Commissioner to Bangladesh Robert Chatterton Dickson delivered a speech at the DCAB Talk in Dhaka on 8 July 2019, highlighting the deep UK-Bangladesh relationship.
Thirty countries’ human rights developments are analysed in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s annual report.
Mark Field, Minister for Asia and the Pacific, was the first UK minister to meet with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina since elections in December.
Minister Mark Field spoke at the 'Governance and development: the way forward for Bangladesh' seminar organised by the Policy Research Institute in Dhaka.
Mr Robert Chatterton Dickson has been appointed British High Commissioner to the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
FCO Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific Mark Field comments on the announcement of the unofficial results for Bangladesh’s general election
Minister for Asia and Pacific Mark Field deeply concerned by reports of premature Rohingya repatriation efforts.
Statements by Ambassador Karen Pierce, UK Permanent Representative to the United Nations at the Security Council Briefing on Myanmar/Burma.
The UK hosts event for Commonwealth countries at UN General Assembly in New York on 25 September 2018.
Statement from UK and France following a meeting on Burma in the margins of the 2018 United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister for the Commonwealth and the United Nations, gave a statement at the Security Council briefing on Burma.
Lord Tariq Ahmad of Wimbledon addressed the UN Security Council on Burma, calling on the international community to increase support for Rohingya refugees.
Event to launch the 2017 Annual Human Rights and Democracy Report laid in parliament on 16 July.
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