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DIPLOMACY., The science which treats of the relations and interests of nations with nations.

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The US chief diplomat for European and Eurasian affairs Wess Mitchell will be in Cyprus on Friday as part of a tour that includes visits to Pristina, Skopje, Belgrade and Athens taking place this week.
The nation's chief diplomat recalled that at her introductory reception, she had told them to kindly give some chance to the Foreign Ministry in order to allow it to adopt a more responsive approach.
PRESIDENT Donald Trump said his chief diplomat is "wasting his time" trying to negotiate with North Korea about its nuclear and missile programmes.
The Qatari chief diplomat called for promoting bilateral ties and stressed the necessity of joint action to counter the challenges facing the region.
If the time is not changed by consensus in the Senate, the United States' chief diplomat can expect a confirmation vote this week.
The US chief diplomat has been pushing for a settlement of Yemen's deadly conflict, which escalated with the military intervention of a Saudi-led coalition to support the government against Iran-backed Al Houthi rebels in March 2015.
YESTERDAY we told how Scots should be proud of our welcoming attitude to strangers, after Poland's chief diplomat here praised the friendliness he'd encountered.
Tit for tat: In a speech Saturday, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi said, "Yemen, Bahrain and Palestine are oppressed, and we protect oppressed people as much as we can." That incensed the Sunni rulers in Bahrain and on Sunday they summoned Iran's chief diplomat, who was told the remarks "are not only unacceptable but also a blatant interference in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain." Not to be outdone, on Monday the Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the senior Bahraini diplomat in Tehran to be told that the government Bahrain should focus on the root causes of the disorders in Bahrain.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- Iran's chief diplomat said Saturday that he has had productive discussions with his European counterparts and that negotiators were ready to begin drafting an initial agreement on an Iranian nuclear accord.
Tunisian chief diplomat reiterated his country's determination to take the strategic relations with Morocco to the next level, noting that his visit is aimed at boosting bilateral ties and expanding cooperation and coordination on issues of common interest, particularly the Libyan crisis.
Washington's chief diplomat arrived in a country reeling under the weight of the war in Syria and pledged his administration's support for the security and stability of Lebanon as it grapples with a political stalemate that has prevented the election of a new president.
The negotiations on Iran's nuclear programme between Tehran and the E3+3 group (United States, France, UK, Russia, China and Germany) are difficult and there is "no guarantee that we will succeed," warned the EU's chief diplomat, Catherine Ashton, on 9 March during her first visit to Tehran.

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