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a diplomat of the highest rank

an informal representative

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15) Primul ambasador Palestinian la Bucuresti a fost Fuad Al Bittar.
He spent three hours and forty minutes in meetings, and over two hours in his in-house consultations, where US Ambasador to Pakistan Cameron Munter and President Obama's Special Representative for the region, Frank Riggero, were also in attendance.
lt;p>Following his meeting with Turkish Ambasador to Lebanon, Serdar Kilic, Moussawi said Turkey has a great impact internationally and its stances are always supportive to the Arab causes especially the Palestinian cause.
Three different months are given for Soviet Ambasador Dekanozov's presentation of his credentials to Hitler.
Ferguson plays a few cheap hands by including disillusioned soldiers and traumatized civilians with informed analysts and such privileged witnesses as Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage, Ambasador Barbara Bodine and Col.
The party won't say who bought it, but he is based in the United States and is not the British Ambasador in Washington looking for its return.
In Jakarta Carrefour has 10 outlets located in strategic locations including in MT Haryono, Mega Mall Pluit, Ambasador, Lebak Bulus, Puri Indah, etc.
In this respect, see the statement made by Ambasador David Scheffer during the drafting negotiations, whose government favored the consent regime.
Ambasador to the EU, and David O'Sullivan, chief of cabinet to the EU Commission, were among the diplomats and government representative weighing in on the economic and social issues facing Europe.
75%) along with the above mentioned declines in the Ambasador Plaza Hotel and Casino.
Pakistan 's Ambasador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi later told reporter that 'the adoption of the resolution reaffirms the inviolability of the right to self-determination for all peoples without exception, including, of course, the people of Jammu and Kashmir'.