A short piece on the death of Steven Dick, the 37-year-old British deputy ambassador to Hungary, after contracting coronavirus. Grim. A great guy and great diplomat, and another reminder that this is not just affecting the elderly.https://t.co/PUV5BDXY3L
— Shaun Walker (@shaunwalker7) March 25, 2020
Devastated to hear about the death of Deputy Head of Mission at @ukinhungary Steven Dick. A kind hearted, dedicated diplomat who was an excellent colleague and good friend. Our heartfelt condolences to his family & colleagues both at the Embassy and in the @foreignoffice.
— Embassy of Hungary in the UK (@Hungary_in_UK) March 25, 2020
Steven Dick was lovely man; he joined @foreignoffice in 2008. One of his many friends here paid tribute to "warm, insightful & fiercely loyal" colleague. He had potential to be an outstanding diplomat, but yesterday Coronavirus cut him down #RIP pic.twitter.com/cJLDrqv1bD
— Sir Simon McDonald (@SMcDonaldFCO) March 25, 2020
A British diplomat stationed in Hungary has died of coronavirus, the UK foreign office says. Steven Dick, 37, was the deputy head of mission for Britain in Budapest. https://t.co/QoHBm9KT9m
— CNN International (@cnni) March 25, 2020