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Sheffield welcomes South-East Asian Ambassadors

Monday, July 21, 2008

At the invitation of Foreign Office Minister Meg Munn MP a number of Ambassadors and High Commissioners from South-East Asian nations visited Sheffield. The diplomats wanted to get a better understanding of life outside of Britain’s capital city and Meg, who has responsibility for the UK’s relationship with South-East Asia, suggested they visit her home city. 

 

The Ambassadors toured the city centre, and were welcomed at the Town Hall by the Lord Mayor, Councillor Jane Bird. They visited the new teaching facility for nursing, midwifery and sports science at Sheffield Hallam University before meeting staff and students from that University.

 

The delegation then visited the Makki Mosque on Plantation Road and Heeley City Farm before meeting community representatives at St Paul’s Church, Norton Lees. There the diplomats found out about different aspects of life in Meg’s Heeley constituency and the city at large.  

 

Meg said of the visit:

 

‘I was delighted that the diplomats for eight South-East Asian nations came to Sheffield. It was a great opportunity for deepening understanding and relationships between us and Southeast Asia. 

 

I know that they appreciated the warm welcome Sheffield gave them. I want to thank the organisations and individuals for making it a successful visit. ’

 

Associated Photograph :

Meg is in the Peace Gardens with the diplomats.

Meg is in the Peace Gardens with the diplomats.


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