National Days November

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

1 – Algeria National Day
1 – Antigua & Barbuda Independence Day
3 – Dominica Independence Day
3 – Panama Independence Day
4 – Tonga National Day
9 – Cambodia National Day
11 – Angola Independence Day
18 – Latvia National Day
18 – Oman National Day
19 – Monaco National Day
22 – Lebanon National Day
25 – Suriname National Day
28 – Albania National Day
28 – Mauritania Independence Day
30 – Barbados National Day

National Days in December

1 – Central African Republic National Day
1 – Romania National Day
2 – Laos Republic Day
2 – United Arab Emirates National Day
5 – Thailand Royal Birthday
6 – Finland National Day
11 – Burkina Faso National Day
12 – Kenya Independence Day
12 – Turkmenistan Day of Neutrality
16 – Bahrain National Day
16 – Kazakhstan Independence Day
17 – Bhutan National Day
18 – Niger National Day
18 – Qatar National Day
23 – Japan Royal Birthday

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