Social networks, especially Twitter, have become a trend with the announcement of the new British Ambassador to Peru, his trip to the capital (Lima). it is Gavin Cookwho showed in his official account on the blue bird a photo with his bags ready to fly to the country, replacing his predecessor Kate Harrisonwhich was used a few weeks ago.
The new ambassador expressed his joy upon his arrival in the capital, faced with the new challenges of international relations between Peru and the United Kingdom. “Bags full. Farewell. Tears flowed but very happy. Next stop is #Lima. Can’t wait to get started.Books by Gavin Cook.
Responses were immediate, and between expectations of the new administration, Peruvians responded with amusing advice. Between the welcome – in Spanish and English – Internet users reminded him of the political situation in Peru, advice for citizen security and, above all, the formidable gastronomy of the State.
The news published in the early hours of the morning has already exceeded 5,000 likes. Nevertheless, the positive messages and discussions regarding the current situation in Peru are noteworthy. In this sense, it is the best advice that Peruvians give to Gavin Cook.
Who is GAVIN COOK?
The new UK Ambassador to Peru has foreign affairs experience in Africa, when he was appointed Deputy High Commissioner to Ghana in June 2015. He joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 2002, worked in Ukraine (2005) and Ethiopia (2006-10) and also held various positions in the UK, including Policy Officer for Turkey, Head of European Security and Civil Defense Policy and Press Officer.
He also served as Vice President of Advisory Support in London, responsible for the Middle East and North Africa region. According to his recorded biography On the UK government pageGavian studied modern history at Oxford and played rugby for the England Under-21 team.
She is interested in the environment, history, creative writing and cooking. He mentioned the latter in his Twitter biography, citing being passionate about gastronomy, something welcomed in Peru due to the cultural richness of typical dishes.
Kate Harrison’s Farewell
Gavin Cook’s predecessor announced it Twitter accountHe thanked him via a video clip on the balance sheet of what has been achieved during his administration and what he has learned, as well as with the songs that marked the four years he spent at the head of the UK embassy in the country.
“It’s time to say goodbye to Peru and to do this I want to share with you some songs that have marked the defining and unforgettable moments of these four wonderful years. Thank you very much, Peru”books.
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