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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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Financier address : AUSTRALIAN DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE (DFAT)
The Department of Foreign Affairs called China's planned move "illegal," saying it "deserves international condemnation by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, our international partners and the entire community of nations.
Filipinos who were repatriated from Lebanon on immigration-related offenses arrived in Manila on Tuesday, the Inquirer quoted the Department of Foreign Affairs as saying.
The Department of Foreign Affairs can only estimate the number they have sent out to the nearest 100,000.
A spokeswoman said: The Department of Foreign Affairs through its embassy in Madrid is in direct contact with local police in relation to the shooting and death of an Irish citizen and will be providing all appropriate consular assistance.
The Department of Foreign Affairs spokesman added: "Formal identification of the body has not yet been carried out.
THE Department of Foreign Affairs is still trying to locate a number of Irish people missing after being caught up in Hurricane Katrina which devastated New Orleans leaving up to 10,000 dead.
Canada World View, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa, Winter-Spring 2004
Catholics should object to Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs downplaying the independence of Taiwan.
A note from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said: "For our wool industry, an industry priority of zero tariff for greasy wool, a premier Australian export industry, will be achieved within four years, and for other wool items within 10 years.
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.
Mike Milotte, a journalist, has examined the overseas adoption practice drawing on Department of Foreign Affairs files that were released in 1997.

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