Your Excellency, Dr. Abdul Momen, and Your Excellency Ms. Saida Muna Tasneem, Mr. Bashir Ahmed, ladies and gentlemen. Assalaam Alaykum and good evening. I would like to thank Mr. Shahagir Bakth Faruk
On 11th February, Lord Sheikh delivered the opening remarks at the virtual trade mission organised by DMA, the Côte d’Ivoire Chamber in Great Britain and Department for International
My Lords, I welcome the agreement. As someone who voted in favour of leaving the EU, I am pleased we have been able to do so with a good and respectable agreement. As a businessman, I realise that in
My Lords, I speak in favour of Amendment 23, to which I have added my name as a supporter. I spoke on this issue in Committee. As we have now left the EU, we must outline our priorities as a nation,
I welcome and support this historic Bill. Following the agreement, we will truly be an independent country, in control of our laws and national destiny, without any influence of the European Court.
My Lords, I support both amendments in this grouping. Amendments 14 and 21 are important because they are about aligning our climate and environmental targets with our trade agreements. I spoke on
Lord Sheikh invites you to attend the virtual event, Somaliland and the UK: Stability and Sustainable Development, on the 11th November, hosted by DMA and Guul Group. Free to attend,
My Lords, I will speak in support of Amendment 40. As we deepen and strengthen our global trading relations, we cannot ignore our environmental commitments. I support this amendment because it means
My Lords, I congratulate my noble friend the Minister on his appointment and excellent maiden speech. He brings a breadth of experience and expertise to your Lordships’ House. I support this Bill,
Lord Sheikh is a Vice Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Ethiopia and Djibouti. The APPG for Ethiopia and Djibouti held a meeting on Wednesday 26th February. The Ethiopian Ambassador H.E.