FCO


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FCO

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Translations

FCO

N ABBR (Brit) =Foreign and Commonwealth OfficeMin. de AA.EE.

FCO

[ˌɛfsiːˈəʊ] n abbr (Brit) =Foreign and Commonwealth OfficeUfficio Affari Esteri
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Federation president, Christos Karaolis, also raised the issue in a private meeting with the head of the Cyprus Desk at the FCO, it added.
The FCO said last month that it kept its assessment of the risks faced by British nationals "under constant review" since the massacre.
The JKLF leaders told the FCO officials that Indian attitude toward Kashmiri dissent was violent and aggressive.
The ban will only be lifted when the FCO is completely confident that it's safe.
Daily News Egypt obtained a copy of the government's response to the petitioners in which the FCO reiterated that the UK government has raised the issue of Regeni's murder on a number of occasions.
However, while Dubai is where most of the money is now, it is not where the fraud happened, and no FCO staff have been implicated in the investigation," the spokesperson said in an emailed statement sent to Gulf News.
After studying Arabic at Leeds University and before joining the FCO in 1984 Aron worked as an English teacher in Ed Damer secondary school in northern Sudan for two years from 1981 to 1983.
Two child protection whistleblowers who worked on the island are now suing the FCO and the UK Department for International Development for constructive dismissal.
An FCO spokesman said: ''The FCO provides support for British nationals who get into difficulties overseas.
Ranking fourth in the FCO report as the most likely destination where UK citizens need overseas support, the UAE sits behind the Philippines, Thailand and Jamaica.
It was said that Pakistan High Commission had written to the FCO on advice of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.