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letters of credence


letters credential

pl n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a formal document accrediting a diplomatic officer to a foreign court or government
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(or let′ter) of cre′dence,

credentials issued to a diplomatic representative for presentation to a foreign country. Also called let′ters creden′tial.
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