Diplomatic Representation

Some articles on diplomatic representation, diplomatic:

Ministry Of Foreign Affairs (Egypt) - History - Reestablishment
... British occupation of the country imposed restrictions on the level of the Egyptian diplomatic representation abroad ... After the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936, diplomatic representation of Egypt was raised to be at the same level as the diplomatic representation in London ... Under the treaty, Britain recognised Egypt's right to raise its diplomatic representation to the level of "ambassador" which in turn enabled Egypt to join the League of Nations in 1937.join ...
Romania–Syria Relations - Relations By Region and Country - Oceania: Australasia
... The diplomatic representation of Australia in Romania is handled by the Australian embassy in Belgrade, in neighbouring Serbia ... Diplomatic relations' level Embassy since March 18, 1968 Diplomatic relations' timeline since March 18, 1968 New Zealand 1969-10-13 See Foreign relations of New Zealand In 1970 ... The diplomatic representation of Romania in New Zealand is handled by the Romanian embassy in Canberra, in neighbouring Australia ...
Singapore–United States Relations - Diplomatic Representation
... The United States first opened a consulate in Singapore in 1836, appointing Joseph Balestier to the post of consul ... The American embassy in Singapore was established on 4 April 1966, under chargé d'affaires ad interim Richard H ...
Romania–Syria Relations - Relations By Region and Country - Americas: Rest of South America
... relations Guyana 1973-06-20 See Foreign relations of Guyana Romania has no diplomatic office in the Co-operative Republic of Guyana ... The diplomatic representation of Romania in Guyana is handled by the Romanian embassy in Caracas, in neighbouring Venezuela ... The Co-operative Republic of Guyana has no diplomatic office in Romania ...

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    Rome, like Washington, is small enough, quiet enough, for strong personal intimacies; Rome, like Washington, has its democratic court and its entourage of diplomatic circle; Rome, like Washington, gives you plenty of time and plenty of sunlight. In New York we have annihilated both.
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