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  • Wednesday, March 3rd 2021 - 08:38 UTC

    Louise De Sousa is the new British Ambassador to Chile

    Ambassador De Sousa joined the Diplomatic Service in 1991, most recently serving as British Ambassador to Tunisia, from 2016 to 2020

    Ambassador Mrs. Louise De Sousa will lead the British Embassy’s efforts further strengthening ties and co-operation between the United Kingdom and Chile. Ambassador De Sousa’s priorities will focus on UK and Chile co-operation responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and a clean, resilient global economic recovery; promoting meaningful action to tackle climate change in the lead-up to the COP26 climate conference; and further strengthening trade and prosperity between the UK and Chile. The ambassador’s work will also include defence and security co-operation, science and innovation, educational and cultural links, and gender equality, reflecting UK global priorities.

  • Thursday, May 16th 2019 - 09:58 UTC

    “Malvinas Veterans are increasingly recognized for their valor and courage”

    Ambassador Kent mentioned that Argentines and British forces are working shoulder to shoulder in the UN peace keeping operation in the island of Cyprus

    The Argentine Army Chief of Staff said he perceives a greater recognition from society towards Malvinas veterans, and this recognition, with time, is increasing. Lieutenant General Claudio Pasqualini made the statement at Wednesday's traditional meeting of the Buenos Aires Rotary Club, which on this occasion had another special guest at his table, British ambassador Mark Kent.

  • Friday, December 14th 2018 - 09:29 UTC

    British ambassador praises Buenos Aires urban transport on an emergency day

    “What a storm. Returning soaking wet in the bus” twitted ambassador Kent, while sharing pics of him at the bus stop and in the crowded bus.(Pic Twitter)

    British ambassador in Argentina Mark Kent attended a conference and lunch in downtown Buenos Aires, and forced by rain, no embassy vehicle or taxi, simply took a local bus back to the office.