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Brunei–United Kingdom relations

Brunei–United Kingdom relations
Map indicating locations of Brunei and United Kingdom

Brunei

United Kingdom
Brunei Gallery at the University of London.

Brunei–United Kingdom relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, Brunei and United Kingdom. Brunei has a high commission in London, and United Kingdom has a high commission in Bandar Seri Begawan.[1]

Education relations

Currently, there are 1,700–2,000 Bruneians studying in the United Kingdom and there is a connection between both countries university.[1][2]

Economic relations

In economic, the United Kingdom also encourage small businesses from Brunei to take their products into international markets.[3]

Security relations

There is also a strong defence relations since before the independence of Brunei from the British Empire until today.[4] Mainly the relations include trainings, exchanges and sharing of experiences.[5]

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