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FCO TOPS: ZIMBABWE
In response to a Parliamentary Question about Zimbabwe on 27 November, the Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, told the House of Commons that he was deeply concerned about recent events in the country. He said that he deplored President Mugabe’s violent policies and his violations of democracy, and that he was committed to working with the Commonwealth, the EU and other southern African states to rectify the situation.
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OPENING OF VISA LIAISON OFFICE, SYLHET
The British High Commission Visa Liaison Office in Sylhet, Bangladesh, opens on 27 November as part of a British Government commitment to improve visa services throughout the Indian sub-continent.

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In addition to their regular official and parliamentary duties, FCO Ministers have the following public engagements...

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