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foreign minister

, secretary
a cabinet minister who is responsible for a country's dealings with other countries
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CONTACT: Head of Legal Bureau, Department of Foreign Affairs, +62-21-3846633, Fax.
It is not possible to ascertain, from Department of Foreign Affairs or Dublin Diocesan Archive files, the number of children sent to America under the informal adoption scheme.
The Department of Foreign Affairs had twice summoned Hos Sereythonh over his comments but the top Cambodian diplomat ignored both summons.
Earlier yesterday, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reported one of the larger Chinese maritime surveillance vessels posted in the area, the 110-metre Yu Zheng 310, made a high speed pass on two smaller Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) ships, the 56-metre long search and rescue ships BRP Pampanga and the BRP EDSA.
According to the report, the Department of Foreign Affairs said it was not aware of any Australian government restrictions on Robinson's travel.
At the time a spokesperson for the Department of Foreign Affairs said they did offer all the appropriate consular assistance but Aoife's family and friends said they had to organise an air ambulance and an interpreter themselves when they were in Turkey.
In January, the agency released their findings following an audit of the most recent data published by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, which spans 2003-2005.
The Department of Foreign Affairs said the Irish Embassy in Mexico and the honorary consul in Peru was offering assistance to the man's family.
Spearheaded by the Organization of Women in International Trade-Ontario (OWIT), the VTM is also sponsored by Industry Canada, Westpac Bank of Australia and Austrade, and utilizes software developed by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade.
The Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin said there had so far been five confirmed Irish deaths, and a further eight Irish-born people were missing.
G'Day LA: Australia Week 2006 is produced by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Tourism Australia, Austrade, and Qantas Airways in conjunction with State Governments and key private sector sponsors.
Major organization : DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT (DFATD) (FORMERLY CIDA)

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