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Tajik Foreign Minister Sirozhiddin Aslov on July 2 at the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland made a statement before the members of the House of Lords (upper palate) of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, who are also the members of All-Parliamentary Group of Friends of Tajikistan and United Kingdom.
They discussed the results of the 7th meeting of the Group of Friends of Yemen hosted by the British capital London on April 29, 2014, in which the Group of Friends approved the new mechanism of the Group's work, which included the formation of three working groups on the political, economic and security files.
After Chris made his way into SL with a group of friends, Rihanna pulled up with her own group of friends.
ANKARA, May 15, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkey welcomed the decision of the United States to join the Group of Friends of the Alliance of Civilizations initiative or the Rio Forum.
jpg" alt="With New York's Empire State Building behind them, a group of friends play in the snow in a park along the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey December 31, 2009.
The BBC WM breakfast show host was master of ceremonies for the charity bash at the city's Hilton Metropole hotel, which marked the tenth anniversary of the Lillian Goodfellows Group of Friends cancer charity.
The former pupil of Blackfyne Comprehensive School in Consett had a large group of friends in the city and shared the flat with her best friend Joanne Maltby, who she had known since she was nine.
At AMF Rocket Bowl in Chatsworth, Gary Dempsey, 37, bowled with a group of friends, which included a fair mix of women and men.