diplomatic mission

  1. a mission serving diplomatic ends
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How To Use diplomatic mission In A Sentence

  • Crucial to the success of diplomatic missions were first the quality of the ambassadors and secondly the political intelligence.
  • Only VIPs and foreign diplomatic missions are given permission to utilise such dishes.
  • And in the span of a year, 46 nations have established or re-established diplomatic missions or embassies in Iraq.
  • King Narai dispatched his second diplomatic mission consisting of three envoys to the court of Louis XIV of France in January 1684.
  • Security was beefed up across the capital last night, especially around hotels and diplomatic missions, police said.
  • [284] Born probably in Herefordshire, studied at Paris, fulfilled various diplomatic missions, was justice in eyre 1173, canon of St. Paul's 1176, archdeacon of Oxford, 1197. A Literary History of the English People From the Origins to the Renaissance
  • In addition, military-transport obligation does not apply to diplomatic missions and consular offices of foreign states.
  • He was sent to Washington on a diplomatic mission.
  • It was just the problem of citizenship and capitation that made Philo take the diplomatic mission to Rome and produce the correlative historical works.
  • Their society is technologically advanced, and vast dirigibles called aëro: cruisers carry diplomatic missions to other citadels; yet a core of unscientific superstition still persists.
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