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The security at the US diplomatic mission in Sofia alerted the Bulgarian police about the package at about 10 am on Friday.
Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders said that the Palestinian General Delegation in Belgium would now be considered for official use as a diplomatic mission.
While India has the biggest mission, Bangladesh and Kuwait have an embassy each in Thimphu besides a diplomatic mission of the UN.
The Ministry spokesperson also told 'Asian Tribune' that it has also decided to reorganize its diplomatic missions abroad to suit the countries immediate requirements.
The project is underway and we will see a diplomatic mission established in Bahrain very soon,' they added.
But the tour was such a staggering success that a number of similar diplomatic missions are now being planned.
PRIME Minister Tony Blair was today heading for another undisclosed Middle East destination on the latest leg of his diplomatic mission after the September 11 atrocities.
Jumaa Ahmed Al-Kaabi was appointed as Head of Bahrains Diplomatic Mission to Oman with the rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.
Juma'a Ahmed Al-Ka'abi was appointed as Head of Bahrain's Diplomatic Mission to Oman with the rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary.
Hashim Ali Salem, received Tuesday at the Friendship Hall the deputy chairman of the German diplomatic mission to Sudan and informed him on progress of the national dialogue and the political forces, armed movements and national figures that have participated at it.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Tajikistan Sirodjidin Aslov met December 18 with Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Tajikistan Robin Ord-Smith as he completes his diplomatic mission in the Central Asian republic.
Dambin Orgin, who called on Karzai at the Presidential Palace, said his country was interested in resuming its diplomatic mission in Afghanistan and in favour of expanding bilateral relations.