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British Embassy Celebrates Queen’s Birthday

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The British Embassy in Lilongwe is celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s birthday and her 70-year reign.

Different delegates are attending the event including Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nancy Tembo.

During the occasion, the British High Commissioner, David Beer, introduced Fiona Ritchie, as his successor, after spending four years in Malawi.

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