PolicyFCO takes to Twitter to mark start of leadership week

FCO takes to Twitter to mark start of leadership week

Permanent Under Secretary and Head of the Diplomatic Service Sir Simon Fraser will be answering questions live via Twitter on Monday 12th May on leadership in the Civil Service.

To mark the start of leadership week in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Permanent Under Secretary (PUS) and Head of the Diplomatic Service, Sir Simon Fraser will be answering questions live via Twitter from 1615 – 1700 (BST) on Monday 12th May on leadership in the Civil Service.

The public can tweet questions using the hashtag #askFCO and follow Simon Fraser on twitter @SimonFraserFCO. Questions can be submitted in advance if citizens cannot make the session.

The FCO has often used Twitter in the past to engage with citizens. Earlier this year, Foreign Secretary William Hague marked his 200,000 follower on Twitter by launching a competition and also answered questions on his trip to Burma.

 

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