A British delegation headed by his Royal Highness the Duke of Kent will arrive in Archangelsk tomorrow. As well as the Duke's private secretary, the delegation includes Richard Kellaway, the general director of the War Graves Commission, Barry Norris, an employee of the commission, Captain Third Rank Karen McTeer, an assistant of the Naval Attache, and Anna Myslova, a representative of the Protocol Department of the Consulate General.
The press service of the regional administration announced that, in his capacity as President of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the Duke of Kent is planning to visit graves of British servicemen who died in the First and Second World Wars in Arkhangelsk, Murmansk and Severomorsk. During his visit the Duke will also meet with leaders of the Arkhangelsk and Murmansk Regions.
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