ambassy

ambassy

(ˈæmbəsɪ)
n, pl -sies
an embassy
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Former President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, Special Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Amjad Hussain Sial and diplomats from the ambassy of Nepal also attended the dinner.
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Sheikh Sabah Al-Khalid and his accompanying delegation was received by Bahraini Foreign Minister and the GCC Secretary General, Abdullatif Al-Zayani, Kuwaiti Ambassador to Bahrain Sheikh Azzam Mbarak Al-Sabah, Bahrain's Ambassador to Kuwait Sheikh Khalifa Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, and Kuwaiti Ambassy Advisor Dr.
Sulisto, according to a message received here from Ambassy of Pakistan Jakarta.
Summary: Five people have been arrested after breaking into the Syrian ambassy in London following protests over alleged human rights abuses.
Because when I visited the US, I went and talked with them, even though the US ambassy had told me, don't talk to them, they are a huge company and are not interested in Bulgaria," said the Bulgarian energy minister.
The reception, which was marked by posthumous tribute paid to the Moroccan actor Chemsdine Zinoun, was held by Morocco's Ambassy to the UK in partnership with the British Film Institute, SK films, Cosmic Pictures and Morocco's tourism office (ONMT).
It was never subject of scrupulous debates, like numerous other monumental buildings from the 30s, ranging from the Haus der (Deutschen) Kunst in Munich to the Italian ambassy in Berlin (faith-fully reconstructed and reopened in 2003) as well as from the Trocadero in Paris to Los Angeles' Central Station.
Former President Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, Special Secretary Ministry of Foreign Affairs Amjad Hussain Sial and diplomats from the ambassy of Nepal also attended the dinner.