diplomatic

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  • Currently, there are currently no formal diplomatic relations between the two modern states.
  • The new capital had a sea port and was good for foreign trade and diplomatic activities.
  • It continues to develop diplomatic relations with other countries around the world.
  • China offered diplomatic support to Pakistan in this war but did not offer military support.
  • South Korea does not currently have any diplomatic relations with the following nations.
  • His diplomatic efforts failed to gain recognition from any foreign country.
  • They established diplomatic relations and trade with at least two dozen indigenous nations.
  • Both countries established diplomatic relations on the same day.
  • One of his major victories in Ireland was diplomatic rather than military.
  • However, he was persuaded to give the matter time and continue with both military and diplomatic pressure.
  • Afterwards, most diplomatic documents were written in French and later just native or agreed-upon languages.
  • He was the first of its rulers to have diplomatic relations with other states.
  • At the time of surrender only a few countries had provided diplomatic recognition to the new nation.
  • Israel first sought to influence this policy through diplomatic means but was frustrated.
  • Italy plays a prominent role in global military, cultural and diplomatic affairs and thus is considered a major regional power.
  • See the List of people who took refuge in a diplomatic mission for a list of some notable cases.
  • Israel received several billion marks and in return agreed to open diplomatic relations with Germany.
  • Full diplomatic relations were restored between the two nations.
  • The common border has raised tensions and ongoing diplomatic issues over many decades.
  • On this day joint statement on establishment of diplomatic relations was signed.
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Synonyms of diplomatic

Meaning of diplomatic

  • adjective Relating to or characteristic of diplomacy
    diplomatic immunity
  • adjective Using or marked by tact in dealing with sensitive matters or people
    the hostess averted a confrontation with a diplomatic chenage of subject