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Mark Field MP

Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific @foreignoffice and MP for the Cities of London and Westminster. For constituency matters, e-mail fieldm@parliament.uk

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Good to see FT Bureau Chief @JamilAnderlini. UK remains very concerned by non-renewal of Victor Mallet’s visa and his denial of entry yesterday. Undermines freedom of speech and freedom of the press, both guaranteed by the Joint Declaration and the Basic Law. https://t.co/LxGgtoYq1y

RT @MarkFieldUK: Delighted to be in Singapore on the first leg of a three-country trip to Asia. Looking forward to meetings with government…

Delighted to be in Singapore on the first leg of a three-country trip to Asia. Looking forward to meetings with government and business counterparts tomorrow. 🇬🇧🇸🇬 relations from strength to strength. gov.uk/government/new…

Deepest condolences to all those affected by the tsunami and earthquake in #Indonesia. Thoughts go out the families and friends of the victims #IndonesiaEarthQuake @Kemlu_RI @Menlu_RI

The UK is determined to strengthen links with our friends in the Pacific, opening three new diplomatic missions and cooperating on climate change, prosperity and security. https://t.co/dnJhOwAiiL

Delighted to be representing UK at global climate summit today. Read my @CityAM piece on why the UK is uniquely placed to benefit from the transition to a local carbon economy dev2.cityam.com/263034/green-e… @GCAS2018

Ken Sokha’s transfer to house arrest is a step in the right direction. We hope that more positive steps will follow to restore conditions under which the opposition, the media and civil society can freely exercise their rights without restriction.

RT @foreignoffice: 🏢 Opening three High Commissions 🇺🇳 More cooperation through the United Nations 🌏 Support to tackle climate change 🤝 Ma…

Thank you Bali. As a popular 🇬🇧 tourist destination (with 250,000 British visitors every year and rising), it is vital that we support the 🇮🇩 Govenment to keep tourists safe. Next stop Brunei 🇧🇳 @UKinBrunei @UKinIndonesia

Delighted to deliver the key note speech at the @adrinstitute conference on the importance of a rules based international system. https://t.co/jdoqx3NQ03