The distillers' representative body is usually diplomatic.
The Holy See may still be a long way from switching diplomatic recognition to China.
Sheila chose a home birth, which was highly shocking to her fellow diplomatic wives at the time.
An Inter-American Convention (1954) sanctions diplomatic asylum for political offenders and refugees.
"The EU has 143 delegations, equivalent to diplomatic missions, around the world.
Diplomatic and humanitarian sources told the BBC the resident coordinator had not done enough on the issue.
This visit has only just begun and already the Great Disruptor is tweeting angry thoughts and breaching diplomatic niceties.
The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961) restricted the privileges granted to diplomats, their families, and staff.
In this regard, China has prioritized efforts with the European Union to maintain the JCPOA and explore other diplomatic channels.
Most belong to the diplomatic service of the sending state, for consular and diplomatic services have been merged.
Angry demonstrators later attacked two Saudi diplomatic posts in Iran and Saudi Arabia cut diplomatic ties with the country.
Chargé d’affaires, the lowest rank of diplomatic representative recognized under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961).
The Solomon Islands switched its diplomatic allegiance from Taiwan to China, leaving Taiwan with diplomatic relations with just 16 countries.
A United Nations Conference on Diplomatic Intercourse and Immunities, held in Vienna in 1961, resulted in the signing of a Convention on Diplomatic Relations.
Diplomatic and consular functions are generally performed by a single service, which is expected to serve at home or abroad, enabling interchangeability of consular and diplomatic officers.
From our Diplomatic Correspondent 11 May 194 London, Thursday While the last German units are laying down their arms all over Europe the rapid drama of events that led to their surrender gives place to a period of waiting upon political and diplomatic developments.
While authorities did not specifically identify the 63 Russians as intelligence operatives — as they had done with the first 18 — the Czechs said smaller diplomatic missions would mean fewer jobs could be taken by intelligence officers working under diplomatic cover.
A Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office spokesperson has said: "Anne Sacoolas was notified to the UK as a spouse with no official role, and the High Court determined she had diplomatic immunity while in the UK under the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations."
"For China to enhance it's climate targets or not will be primarily a political and diplomatic decision, and that is precisely why the European engagement at the diplomatic level will be critical for us to unlock further climate ambition from Beijing," said Li Shuo from Greenpeace China.
"We have collected explicit intelligence that he was responsible for European operations targeting Iranian dissidents around Europe using his diplomatic post in Vienna as a base of operations," said the official, adding that this was why prosecutors did not consider diplomatic immunity for Assadi.
- relating to or characteristic of diplomacy
Example: diplomatic immunity
- using or marked by tact in dealing with sensitive matters or people
Example: the hostess averted a confrontation with a diplomatic change of subject
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