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The petitioner asserted that the privileges and immunities of diplomatic agents do not exempt these diplomatic agents from the duty to respect the laws and regulations of the receiving states except where these laws make a specific exception in their favour.
diplomatic agent subscribes to a party newsletter or attends events for
But the immunity of a diplomatic agent from the jurisdiction of the receiving state does not exempt him from the jurisdiction of the sending state.
The names of the diplomatic agents are not in protocol order of precedence.
The Vienna Convention regarding the diplomatic relations marks the limits to this type of immunity and stipulates that a diplomatic agent is not excused from the jurisdiction of the accrediting state, the one that sends him to the post.
diplomacy requires an extremely high degree of integrity as the diplomatic agent presents vital concerns in a way that are true to the facts but also in a way that proposes solutions that are in line with the principles prescribed by international norms.
Under Article 31 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, a diplomatic agent shall enjoy immunity from the criminal jurisdiction of the receiving State.
law governing diplomatic privileges and immunities." (10) The VCDR states in relevant part that a "diplomatic agent shall enjoy immunity from the criminal jurisdiction of the receiving State ...
The archives note that Brandt was lukewarm about West Germany acting as an intermediary between Israel and Egypt, and sent a relatively low-level diplomatic agent to Egypt to convey Meir's offer.
Article 29 of the Vienna Convention says: "The person of a diplomatic agent shall be inviolable.
Article 29 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations reads: "The person of a diplomatic agent shall be inviolable.
Article 29 of the 1961 Vienna Convention which has been given the force of law through the 1972 Act says that "the person of a diplomatic agent shall be inviola-ble.

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