diplomatic code

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The ministry has an interior inspection body, which oversees the adherence of the diplomatic code of conduct," the statement read, assuring that such bodies are independent and work in coordination with the ministry.
The phrasing is Beijing's diplomatic code for acceptance of its stance.
The "Fourteen Part Message" had been transmitted using the Japanese diplomatic code referred to as the Purple system.
One Downing Street insider said the 30 minute phone call between Putin and the furious PM was "frank" - diplomatic code for a blazing row.
That's diplomatic code for saying it was a shouting match.
However, France has expressed optimism over its ties with China in nuclear energy and aerospace - diplomatic code for possible deals during the March 25-27 visit.
Specifically citing the 77 CD diplomatic code given to the United States, the note suggests that there should not be any leniency, and the diplomat should be taken out of the vehicle and a breathalsyer test be conducted on the spot.
The phrase "all necessary measures" is diplomatic code for military force.
Russia and China, key allies of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and veto-wielding council members, have blocked repeated attempts by the United States and its European allies to even threaten 'consequences', a diplomatic code word for sanctions.
Speaking at a UN Security Council meeting, Annan called for "consequences", diplomatic code for sanctions, if the violence that has already killed 10,000 continues.
Space-faring nations can work cooperatively to capture key TCBMs and other elements of responsible behavior in a diplomatic code of conduct.
The hazy diplomatic code leaving open the possibility of pre-emptive air-strikes, and often echoed by Israel, on Dec.