Santo Domingo.- United Kingdom Ambassador Steven Fisher will dictate the first lecture in a series of conferences on the Commonwealth of Nations.
The Ambassador's dissertation on the topic "Britain and the Commonwealth" is slated for 6pm tomorrow Tuesday in Iberoamericana University’s (UNIBE) Auditorium.
The Round Table of the Commonwealth of Nations in the Dominican Republic, in conjunction with UNIBE, organizes the lectures on the Commonwealth of Nations, aimed at spreading knowledge on individual Commonwealth countries, from economic, political, social and trade standpoints.
The lecture will give academicians, business, political leaders and the public in general an opportunity to learn about British Commonwealth countries worldwide.
The lectures will be dictated by the heads of diplomatic missions assigned to Santo Domingo.
The Commonwealth is a voluntary organization of 54 countries spread over 6 continents are large nations such as Australia, India, South Africa, Canada, but also small ones such as Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Singapore, Mauritius, Jamaica, among others.
Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain heads the Commonwealth, on which the Round Table of Commonwealth Nations arose as an initiative to promote bilateral relations between Dominican Republic and those 54 countries.