diplomatic immunity

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exemption from taxation or normal processes of law that is offered to diplomatic personnel in a foreign country

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Bulgaria's special panel, investigating the communist-era police files, known as the Files' Commission, announced Tuesday that nearly 190 Bulgarian Ambassadors and Consuls, or nearly 50% of all Bulgarian diplomats, have been collaborators and agents of the former Communist State Security.
The ambassadors and consuls had a meeting also with Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, addressing the key challenges in 2011, particularly the seeking out of a solution to the name issue with Greece and the handling of the effects of the economic crisis, as well as the plans of the Government to continue the reforms in all segments of society and the preparations of the country for EU membership.
Apr 15, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has asked Turkish ambassadors and consuls general in the North American to boost dialogue with everyone including Armenians.
Almost half of Bulgaria's ambassadors and consuls provided information to communist secret services before the fall of the regime in 1990, according to data released Tuesday in the capital Sofia by the committee overseeing secret records.
Borisov will discuss with Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov the government's reaction to Tuesday's revelation that nearly 190 Bulgarian Ambassadors and Consuls have been agents of the former Communist State Security.