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

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Pakistani diplomatic staff had to take permission at least five days ahead from the US authorities if they needed to travel outside of the imposed 25 miles radius; however, after the removal of the bar, the Pakistani diplomats could travel in the US without any hurdle.
The Trump administration has lifted travel ban on Pakistani diplomats in the US.
Diplomatic observers in Washington told Dawn that Islamabad also has restored the facilities that US diplomats had enjoyed in Pakistan until last year.
The Trump administration had notified Pakistani authorities that diplomats at their embassy in Washington and at consulates in other cities will not be able to travel beyond 40km from their posts without permission.
The diplomats were briefed on the investigations over the Easter Sunday attacks and steps taken to strengthen security in the country.
It will be the second such special customized course for the Sudanese Diplomats as the Sudanese diplomats regularly attend regular session at FSI for foreign diplomats through the Professional Course for Foreign Diplomats (PCFD).
'Pakistan has produced brilliant diplomats but we have still failed in the past sometimes.
Talking to reporter at Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) he disclosed that after completing the tour of Sialkot, the junior foreign diplomats would also visit Lahore, Karachi and Muzaffarabad (AJK).
Brasilia [Brazil], Oct 26 ( ANI ): The second International Day of Diplomats was recently celebrated in Brasilia to highlight the contributions of diplomats as everyday peacemakers.
President of Diplomat Business Club, Ambassador Javed Malik has thanked Anrew Rosindell MP, Member foreign affairs select committee of the British Parliament and the Co-chair of Diplomat Business Club UK Chapter for co-hosting a highly successful and prestigious seminar at UK Parliament Committee Room, says a press release received from London.
Diplomats and their immediate family members also enjoy personal inviolability, meaning they cannot be arrested or detained.
The latest restrictions imposed on movement of diplomats were reciprocal and the move came from the United States.

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