Deputy British ambassador to Hungary dies after contracting coronavirus

Steven Dick, Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy in Budapest, has kicked the bucket in the wake of contracting coronavirus, the Foreign Office said on Wednesday.
The 37-year-old representative kicked the bucket in Hungary on Tuesday, it said in an announcement. He had filled in as Deputy British Ambassador to Hungary since December, as indicated by a life story distributed on the UK government’s site.
Dick, an Arabic speaker who had worked for certain years in Kabul and Riyadh, took up his post in Hungary a year ago.
It isn’t known whether he had any fundamental ailments.
UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab stated: “I am frantically disheartened by the updates on Steven’s passing and my heart goes out to his folks Steven and Carol.
“Steven was a devoted negotiator and spoken to his nation with incredible expertise and enthusiasm. He will be remembered fondly by every one of the individuals who knew him and worked with him.”

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