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Iain Lindsay

IAIN LINDSAY, OBE (Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire), was appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Hungary on 30 March 2016. He previously held the position of Her Majesty’s Ambassador in Manama from 2011 to 2015. Mr Lindsay has spent much of his career in Asia Pacific, serving in Tokyo (twice), Hong Kong and Canberra. He was Deputy Head of Mission and Political Counsellor in Bucharest 2003-2007, working on Romania’s accession to NATO and the EU. Prior to that he served as a foreign policy adviser to the Romanian Foreign Minister. He was Deputy Head of Mission and Director of Trade and Investment at the British Consulate General in Hong Kong 2007-11. The Queen awarded him an OBE in 2002.

14 March 2019
"Becket’s martyrdom, in defence of religious freedom, had a profound impact on British attitudes to religious freedom over the centuries, notwithstanding the Reformation. Arguably, Britain has done more to influence the way we in the Western world see modern human rights, including religious freedom, than any nation."

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