Feb 2014 APPG Saudi Arabia delegate visit to Saudi Arabia

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Dear House of Commons,

Please can you supply the minutes of meetings and any summative reports made by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Saudi Arabia, in relation to the visit of their delegates to Saudi Arabia in February 2014.

Yours faithfully,

Phil Black

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Freedom of Information request F17-430

 

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Dear Mr Black,

 

 

Freedom of Information request F17-430

 

Thank you for your request for information as copied below. You asked to
be supplied with the minutes and reports made by the All Party
Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Saudi Arabia, in relation to the visit of
their delegates to Saudi Arabia in February 2014.

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

Lauren

 

 

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