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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon
UK Minister of State UN &Commonwealth -PM's Envoy:Freedom of Religion or Belief& Preventing Sexual Violence-Minister Human Rights, Security CVE,Caribbean&UK OTs
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon retweeted
Inspirational Quotes 22h
Remember, no storm lasts forever. Hold on! Be brave! Have faith! Every storm is temporary and we're never alone.
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Ambassador Johnson Feb 21
Sec is right to outline the strengths of a future U.S.-UK trade deal. We want a free trade agreement with the UK that incentivizes Free, Fair and Reciprocal Trade. Result? Real growth in jobs and prosperity on both sides of the Atlantic!
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon 23h
Derby’s Rolls-Royce lands huge engine deals from Emirates
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 21
It was a pleasure to work with you Julie - my best wishes for all you do in years ahead - Tariq
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Thomas Drew Feb 20
The formal side of the visit of U.K. Foreign Office Minister Lord Ahmad to Pakistan. Thanks to the Foreign, Human Rights and Interior Ministers and Nat. Assembly for a warm welcome - and good dicussions on everything from foreign policy to human rights.
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Feb 21
"Our new partnership will also cement our relationship with the African Union, building on growing economic ties to forge new opportunities for young people and reinforce our close bonds." signs new strategic partnership with African Union
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Harriet Harman Feb 20
Every day we go in we’ll see that memorial, remember PC Keith Palmer, be sad for his loss and grateful for his service. Every day.
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Theresa May Feb 20
I've underlined the need for us to see legally binding changes to the backstop that ensure it cannot be indefinite. We’re making progress.
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Thomas Drew Feb 20
The Commonwealth War Cemetery is one of the most peaceful and moving places in Rawalpindi. It was good to share the experience with Britain’s Minister for the Commonwealth as we paid tribute to the fallen.
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 19
With affection & prayers for your health Swraj Ji Happy birthday ! from all of us
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UK at the UN 🇬🇧 Feb 19
"It is extremely concerning that reporting on violations has been restricted by the Government of Burundi." The UK urges the Government to continue talks to ensure human rights experts & country teams can continue this part of their work. ~
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 19
Meeting returning Chevening and Scholars to hear about their education in the UK, and their view on the future of the UK-Pakistan connections. An excellent way to wrap up two days in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
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UKinPakistan🇬🇧🇵🇰 Feb 19
The Minister of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office led the wreath-laying ceremony at the Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery in Rawalpindi.
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 19
Met with representatives of different faith groups from across Pakistan. Reminded of how much different faiths have in common, and the importance of freedom of religion or belief, but also the prevailing issues still faced by many communities today
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 19
Great to catch up with Pakistan’s Human Rights Minister to hear about efforts to strengthen governance in this area whilst recognising the key challenges in areas such as freedom of religion or belief
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Pope Francis Feb 19
In the darkest moments of our history, the Lord draws near, opens paths, lifts up discouraged faith, anoints wounded hope, and awakens sleeping charity.
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SenatorSherryRehman Feb 19
Real pleasure to meet LordAhmad UK Minister for Commonwealth with in Islamabad. Much to share on mutual interests in countering extremism, inclusion and fostering rights in changing times.
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 19
Great to meet Senator for a wide ranging discussion on developments in - a principled and respected advocate for equality and human rights
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 19
Meeting students from Active Citizens programme at Fatimah Jinnah Women’s University to discuss values, education and human rights. I’m struck by the courageous human rights projects students are conducting.
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Lord (Tariq)Ahmad of Wimbledon Feb 19
Good discussions with Pakistani Foreign Minister on strengthening trade and human rights, as well as leveraging the opportunities provided through the Commonwealth and the British-Pakistani diaspora.
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