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British High Commission

A British embassy in a Commonwealth country. The high commissioner ranks as ambassador to that country. The term dates to the title used for the administrators indirectly ruled by the British Empire.
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The initiative of placing digital messaging board is a part of the British High Commissions ongoing consular assistance for British nationals.
The British High Commission in Bangladesh, in collaboration with Civil Aviation Authority in Bangladesh, has placed digital messaging boards in the arrival areas of Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka and International and Domestic arrivals at Osmani International Airport in Sylhet.
Islamabad -- The first round of the British High Commissions' Pakistan-wide Great Debate competition was held at National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Islamabad.
I would like to thank the British High Commission for organizing this remarkable opportunity and to NUST for conducting it at their prestigious university.'
The British High Commissions Aviation Security head for Nigeria, Janki Miles, has been operating with colleagues at NAIA on a number of moves-rendering aviation security screening device and training, evaluating the security of the airlines services to the UK and facilitating expert evaluations on airport security.
This came in after the British High Commission recently provided improved training to aviation security staff and managers at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) in Abuja.
The British High Commission and the UKs Department for Transport are committed to working collaboratively with the Federal Ministry of Aviation to build capacity for the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).
She was addressing a reception hosted by British High Commissioner Adam Thomson at the British High Commission on Monday night ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting taking place in Perth, Australia on 28th October.

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