The British embassy announced on its official Facebook page that the new British ambassador, Paul Fox, handed over his credentials to President Janus Ader on Friday, then decorated the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Heroes’ Square in the usual way. Paul Fox will replace Ian Lindsay, who announced his departure in February this year.
Posted by: The United Kingdom in Hungary – Friday 16 October 2020
As Ambassador, I will do my utmost in the coming years to further the excellent bilateral relations between the United Kingdom and Hungary and the friendship between our peoples.
I believe that through the close relations between our two countries, we can also work together successfully to address global challenges such as the environment, which will be a key area for the British Embassy in Budapest in the lead up to the 26th UN Climate Summit in November 2021 with the UK, ” Fox quotes in a statement A journalist from the British Embassy.
On his last working day in Hungary, former British Ambassador Ian Lindsay said goodbye to Hungary and the Hungarian people in a personal message.
Cover photo: Facebook / UK in Hungary
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