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diplomat

an official, such as an ambassador or first secretary, engaged in diplomacy
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US diplomats in consulates across the country were asked to return ID cards that gave them special privileges.
Back in June, he said, "A case has been opened at the Judiciary in this regard, but given the [diplomatic] immunity of the Saudi diplomat, the Judiciary has reached out to the Saudi judiciary through the Foreign Ministry to drop his immunity or pursue his case on its own.
A source in the Saudi embassy in Tehran told the Al Youm newspaper that the diplomat has been assigned a lawyer, describing the travel ban as a "natural" procedure in line with international norms.
It is suspected that the businessman has conspired with the diplomat to smuggle jewellery," said the official adding that the DRI has referred the matter with Ministry of External Affairs for further necessary action.
Several diplomats in the high commission, including the current head of the political section is fluent in Hindi.
Syrian Diplomats for a Democratic and Civil State aimed to offer the opposition their expertise in "international relations, negotiations, and so on", he said.
According to new instructions, the foreign diplomats have been instructed to report to Foreign Ministry and seek permission incase of any travel outside the city.
Modern communication and high technology have rendered the role of the diplomat less central in the formulation of foreign policy and yet have turned it into a more multi-dimensional one in shaping it.
The diplomat did not explain where the cash, found in his baggage, came from, Mr Sinha said.
But so is law-abidingness: In the total absence of enforcement, diplomats from 22 countries did not incur a single unpaid fine.
A Moroccan diplomat was accused of rape, while a Nigerian was allegedly behind sham marriages in Britain and a diplomat from Saudi Arabia was an alleged drug dealer.
Diplomats, though entitled to some special privileges are still subject to certain restrictions, often meant to insure their diplomatic immunity is not abused, according to the regional director of the office of Foreign Missions.

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