IN PICTURES: Westminster On Lockdown As World Leaders Gather for ‘Supporting Syria’ Conference

LONDON, United Kingdom – World leaders are gathering in London today to discuss giving more money to the United Nations for it efforts in Syria.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Chancellor Angela Merkel, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, and European Parliament President Martin Schulz are amongst the delegates joining Prime Minister David Cameron in a locked down Westminster today.

The United Kingdom has already pledged another £1.2bn for Syria this morning.

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Westminster Abbey Behind Bars (Rachel Megawhat/Breitbart London)

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The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre (Rachel Megawhat/Breitbart London)

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Guests and their police outriders (Rachel Megawhat/Breitbart London)

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Outside Buckingham Palace (Rachel Megawhat/Breitbart London)

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Parliament Square closed (Rachel Megawhat/Breitbart London)

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Failure to comply is a criminal offence (Rachel Megawhat/Breitbart London)

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Secure entrance for delegates (Rachel Megawhat/Breitbart London)

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David Cameron and Ban Ki Moon (Getty)

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Deep in conversation (Getty)

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China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi (Getty)

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Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg (Getty)

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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (Getty)

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European Parliament President Martin Schulz (Getty)

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The Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah (Getty)

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European Council President Donald Tusk (Getty)

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The evil one (Getty)

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Not so pretty in pink (Getty)

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Qatar’s First Lady Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser al-Missned (Getty)

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (Getty)

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Coppers (Getty)

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Malala Yousafzai on stage (Getty)

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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (Getty)


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