Remembrance Day ceremony held at Foreign Cemetery


The foreign community came together today, Friday, November 11 to honor those who have fallen serving their country. The Remembrance Day ceremony is held every year at the Foreign Cemetery with a moment of silence at 11:11 a.m. British Honorary Consul Ben Svasti Thomson laid the first wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier, he was joined by members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Royal British Legion, the U.S. Consul General Jennifer Harhigh and other consuls and honorary consuls, students and members of the public who laid wreaths and paper poppies at the solemn ceremony that marks the end of World War I.