Bahrain’s Embassy to the UK holds a number of events to mark 200 years of relations between the two countries
The Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain to the United Kingdom held of a series of events featuring cinematic documentaries as part of the celebrations held in the two countries on the occasion of 200 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The documentary "The UN and Bahrain: an Enduring Partnership", which was launched in Bahrain recently to celebrate 70 years since the establishment of the United Nations Organization and which the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al-Khalifa, described as an "important event review the chapters of the special relationship between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the United Nations under the great care and attention His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, gives to building bridges of cooperation and lasting relations with the international organization so as to promote common interests and serve regional and international issues. "
The Ambassador also launched the opening premiere of the film "Let’s Go Home" which was shown at the Leicester Square Theatre in London.
This film is part of the joint efforts of the Bahraini and British sides.
It should be noted that this film has been produced and written by Sheikha Suha bint Abdul Rahman Al Khalifa and a number of British writers and directors.
Shaikh Fawaz hailed Bahraini achievements and talents that resonate in various cultural, artistic, sports and other areas and their popularity in various regional and international forums.
The presentations were attended by a number of members of the diplomatic corps accredited to the United Kingdom, in addition to members of the British Bahraini Friendship Society.