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Foreign Affairs Committee
Oral evidence concluded.
As part of its scrutiny of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Foreign Affairs Committee will ask FCO Ministers regularly to attend public sessions to answer questions about the range of their responsibilities.
For this first evidence session, we will examine the work of the Minister of State for Africa.
Evidence given by Harriett Baldwin MP, Minister of State for Africa, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Donal Brown, Director East and Central Africa, Department for International Development, Neil Wigan, Director, Africa, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Committee examines the work of the Minister of State for Africa