Union Jack Summer Party organised by British Embassy for Brits living in Berlin

The event took place at the Castle Berlin Mitte and provided informa-tion on how Brexit will affect British citizens living in Germany

June 24th, 2019
Greta Isola, News from Berlin
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The Union Jack Summer Party took place last Friday from 3pm to 10pm in the garden of the Castle Pub in Mitte. Embassy workers provided participants with flyers providing in-formation on what to do after Brexit.

The event, organised for British citizens living in Berlin, by the British Embassy, and which took place at the famous Castle Berlin pub in Mitte, constituted an opportunity for British citizens in Germany to gather and find out information concerning their future in Germany and how Brexit twill have a direct impact on their lives.

Participants to the event were greeted, at a stall situated a the entrance of the beer garden, by an embassy worker providing them with informative leaflets and available to answer questions and give more in depth explanations. Brits participating to the event also had the chance to enjoy the Berliner Spritz and to chat to other participants.

Overall, the event is an important example of cultural diplomacy as it aims at facilitating the lives of British individuals studying, working and leading their lives in Germany, which will be highly affected by the events that will follow Brexit.


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