Ali Sabry to join Commonwealth Ministers in London for 22nd CFAMM


COLOMBO (Information 1st); Minister of Overseas Affairs, Ali Sabry will attend the Commonwealth Day celebrations on Monday (13) on the Commonwealth Headquarters, Marlborough Home, London.

Commonwealth Day marks the tenth anniversary of the signing of the Commonwealth Constitution that outlines the values and aspirations uniting the Commonwealth member international locations. 

The member states may also help “the Commonwealth of Nations Flag for Peace” initiative in symbolizing these values, and the celebrations will finish with a reception hosted by King Charles III to the visiting Overseas Ministers.

Minister of Overseas Affairs, Ali Sabry will take part within the twenty second Commonwealth Overseas Affairs Minister’s Assembly (CFAMM) on the Commonwealth Headquarters, Marlborough Home, London on fifteenth March 2023. 

This 12 months’s CFAMM will interact the Overseas Ministers in discussing joint responses to shared challenges corresponding to the necessity to construct resilience for peaceable and sustainable societies, local weather financing for environmental sustainability and leveraging intra -commonwealth commerce and digital connectivity for financial restoration, meals, and power safety.

On the sidelines of those occasions, Minister Sabry can have a name on the Rt Hon James Cleverly, Secretary of State for Overseas, Commonwealth Growth Affairs (FCDO), bilateral conferences with Rt Hon Patricia Scotland KC, Secretary Basic of the Commonwealth, Ann Marie Trevelyan, Minister of State for Indo – Pacific FCDO and Lord Mervyn Davies of Abersoch, Prime Minister’s Commerce Envoy for Sri Lanka. Overseas Minister may also take part in a day tea hosted by Rt Hon Lord Naseby on the Home of Commons and ship remarks on Sri Lanka’s relations with the UK to a cross part of British Parliamentarians organized by the Sri Lanka Excessive Fee in London along with Sri Lanka Tea Board.

Ministers of Overseas Affairs of Rwanda (additionally the Commonwealth Chair in Workplace), Kenya, Pakistan and Malaysia are anticipated to have bilaterals with Overseas Minister Sabry throughout his go to to London.

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