Consular

  • (adj): Having to do with a consul or his office or duties.

Some articles on consular:

Indians In Thailand - Migration History
... The historical amounts of Indian population in Thailand may be seen in British consular statistics however, as reported these figures often lumped Indians together with Sinhalese and Malays ... to 1912 statistics, there were 30 Indians registered in the Chiengmai (Chiang Mai) consular district, 41 Indians and Malays in the Puket (Phuket) consular district, 40 Indians and Malays in the Senggora (Song ... of the true population for example the Bangkok consular district had registered only a total of 517 British subjects, but some estimates claimed the total number was 20 times this much ...
Consular Immunity
... Consular immunity privileges are described in the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of 1963 (VCCR) ... Consular immunity offers protections similar to diplomatic immunity, but these protections are not as extensive, given the functional differences between consular and diplomatic ... For example, consular officers are not accorded absolute immunity from a host country’s criminal jurisdiction, they may be tried for certain local crimes ...
Assistant Secretary Of State For Consular Affairs
... The Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs is the head of the Bureau of Consular Affairs within the United States Department of State ... The Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs reports to the Under Secretary of State for Management ... of the Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs ...
Conseiller Chargé Des Investissements - Sources and External Links
... Nunciature Legation Consulate De facto embassy Diplomatic mission Protecting power Diplomatic corps Consular corps Types Defence diplomacy Paradiplomacy eDiplomacy Freelance Diplomacy Full Spectrum Diplomacy ...
Consular Diptych - History
... The oldest diptych that can properly be called a consular diptych, held in the cathedral treasury at Aosta, is one commissioned by Anicius Petronius Probus, consul in the Western Empire in 406 ... Later, consular diptychs systematically carried either a more or less elaborate portrait of the consul on the most richly decorated examples or a dedicatory inscription to him within a ... of the 5th century, with all surviving consular diptychs from the 6th century originating from Constantinople ...