diplomatic mission

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Noun1.diplomatic mission - a mission serving diplomatic ends
delegation, deputation, delegacy, commission, mission - a group of representatives or delegates
foreign mission, legation - a permanent diplomatic mission headed by a minister
attache - a specialist assigned to the staff of a diplomatic mission
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Welcoming the recently-appointed ambassador, the minister wished him success in the performing the duties of his new diplomatic posting and in boosting the close historical bilateral relations.
Bahrain is due to open an embassy in Brazil, which will be the country's first diplomatic posting in South America.
He is best known for his final diplomatic posting, that of Ambassador to the United Nations in New York, where he represented the UK in the Security Council for four years from 2003.
The 50-year-old prelate, who has held several diplomatic posts over the years, was named titular archbishop of Memfi in Egypt by Pope Benedict XVI in February and had been awaiting a diplomatic posting since then.
Waller said he was grateful for his new diplomatic posting to Dubai after serving in other diplomatic missions across the Middle East.
The speculation linking him with the diplomatic posting was fuelled by his close friendship with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and his decision to spend Christmas on holiday in the US.
Most of the old faces are gone, it's 1936 and a new family is moving in to the address, headed by Ed Stoppard and Keeley Hawes as Sir Hallam and Lady Agnes Holland, following a diplomatic posting abroad.
However, most of the old faces have gone, to be replaced by a new family headed by Ed Stoppard and Keeley Hawes as Sir Hallam and Lady Agnes Holland, right, who move into the house in 1936 following a diplomatic posting abroad.
Later in 2002 he was seconded to the Cabinet Office Assessments Staff as an Iraq analyst and followed this in April 2003 with a diplomatic posting as deputy head of the team that reopened the British mission in Baghdad after the Iraq war.