Cardigan's link with NATO!

Alun Morris, Nia Lewis and Carwyn Jones at the Brussels reception

Alun Morris, Nia Lewis and Carwyn Jones at the Brussels reception

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There will be a strong Cardigan presence at this autumn's NATO summit in Wales.

First minister Carwyn Jones joined former Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi pupils Alun Morris and Nia Lewis at a NATO foreign ministers in Brussels recently to finalise arrangements for the September meeting at the Celtic Manor near Newport.

Alun, son of Cyril Morris and the late Myfanwy plus brother of baritone Gwyn and Rhodri, is a director at NATO's Brussels HQ.

Nia, daughter of Cllr Haydn and Lowri Lewis of Ferwig, is the permanent secretary to the EEAD Wales Office in Brussels.

Both Nia and Alun are heavily involved in the co-ordination of the September meeting when all the heads of state of all NATO countries will be present.

Nia is also working on the services of Remembrance for World War I at Ypres together with Welsh government ministers.

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