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GUWAHATI, Feb 11 � A nine-member British Parliamentary delegation will visit the state next week.

Official sources said the delegation will be led by The Right Honourable Baroness D'Souza, CMG, Lord Speaker, and will consist of members of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords of the United Kingdom.

The delegation will reach Guwahati on February 18 and will depart from here on February 20.

On February 19, the delegation will attend the inaugural session of an event involving young opinion makers of India and Myanmar at the Administration Staff College, Khanapara.

The delegation will visit Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary and hold interaction with experts on wildlife and conservation. They will also visit the Amsoi Tea Estate.

On February 20, the team of British parliamentarians will take part in an interactive session on 'Economic Development in Assam and India' at the Legislative Assembly here, where the Speaker of the Assam Legislative Assembly, State Ministers and MLAs will be present.

Later, the delegation will hold talks with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, before departing from the city.

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British Parliamentary team to visit state

GUWAHATI, Feb 11 � A nine-member British Parliamentary delegation will visit the state next week.

Official sources said the delegation will be led by The Right Honourable Baroness D'Souza, CMG, Lord Speaker, and will consist of members of both the House of Commons and the House of Lords of the United Kingdom.

The delegation will reach Guwahati on February 18 and will depart from here on February 20.

On February 19, the delegation will attend the inaugural session of an event involving young opinion makers of India and Myanmar at the Administration Staff College, Khanapara.

The delegation will visit Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary and hold interaction with experts on wildlife and conservation. They will also visit the Amsoi Tea Estate.

On February 20, the team of British parliamentarians will take part in an interactive session on 'Economic Development in Assam and India' at the Legislative Assembly here, where the Speaker of the Assam Legislative Assembly, State Ministers and MLAs will be present.

Later, the delegation will hold talks with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, before departing from the city.