minister plenipotentiary

  1. a diplomat having less authority than an ambassador
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  • He was promoted from minister plenipotentiary to full ambassador.
  • It certainly does mean minister, but only a Minister of State, which a minister plenipotentiary is not. Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia
  • From right: Minister Plenipotentiary of the Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic, Interpreter Wang Qian.
  • Nevertheless, he accepted the appointment as minister plenipotentiary to France and on July 5, 1784, departed for Europe where he remained until 1789.
  • Appointed minister plenipotentiary to Prussia by President Andrew Johnson in 1867, he lived in Berlin for the next seven years.
  • The Department of External Affairs in Dublin specified it did not want a Nazi party member as German minister plenipotentiary to Ireland.
  • He was promoted from minister plenipotentiary to full ambassador.
  • El-Orabi served as minister plenipotentiary and deputy chief of mission at the Egyptian Embassy in Tel Aviv from 1994 to 1998.
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