National Days May

Congratulations on the following countries celebrating their National Days this month.

As a Business partner or sponsor, you will have the opportunity to attend National Day receptions and celebrations.

This is by invitation only, and places are very limited, but if you or your organisation would like to be considered to be invited to any one of the National Days, please contact: Arabella Fortesque Humphreys, email: Tel: 07467 967306

The National Day of Kuwait

Lord Pestano and Lady Perry were delighted to accept an invitation from His Excellency Mr Bader Mohammed Al Awadi, the newly appointed Kuwait Ambassador to London. A select number of LDA Business Partners were also invited.

Guests enjoyed a fabulous international cuisine in the Ballroom of Claridge’s. More than 600 guests from the business and diplomatic community enjoyed a conducive environment to socialise and do business. See event details.

National Days this Month

3 – Poland Constitution Day
5 – Netherlands Liberation Day
15 – Paraguay Independence Day
17 – Norway Constitution /day
20 – Cameroon National Day
22 – Yemen National Day
24 – Eritrea National Day
25 – Argentina National Day
25 – Jordan Independence Day
26 – Georgia Independence Day
26 – Guyana Independence Day
28 – Azerbaijan National Day
28 – Ethiopia National Day

National Days in June

1 – Samoa Independence Day
2 – Italy National Day
4 – Tonga Emancipation Day
5 – Denmark Constitution Day
6 – Sweden National Day
10 – Portugal National Day
12 – Philippines National Day
12 – Russia National Day
14 – UK Royal Birthday
17 – Iceland National Day
18 – Seychelles National Day
23 – Luxembourg National Day
25 – Croatia National Day
25 – Mozambique National Day
25 – Slovenia National Day
26 – Madagascar Independence Day
27 – Djibouti National Day
30 – Democratic Republic of Congo National Day

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