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Ambassador

The highest ranking foreign diplomat representing a country to another government. For example, the highest ranking British representative in the United States is the ambassador from the United Kingdom. An ambassador speaks for the government he/she represents.
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Since 1960, the allocation of ambassadorships has fluctuated around 65% careerists and 35% political appointees; and, though some positions have been filled almost exclusively by one type, many ambassadorships alternate between types.
WASHINGTON, May 9 (KUNA) -- US President Barack Obama announced late Thursday his nominees for the ambassadorships in Egypt and Iraq, in a move that sees him reorganizing key diplomatic posts in the region.
We are very pleased to have been chosen by Qatar Japan 2012 to host this cultural event," Megu's Outlet manager Ouahid Ouassaidi said, adding: "As a fine dining Japanese restaurant established in Qatar, we embrace our ambassadorship to convey both the authenticity of Japanese gastronomy as well as Qatari hospitality.
Ambassadorship, including two all-expenses-paid trips to Amsterdam for intensive training.
He has received the UNESCO award, Padma Vibhushan, Unicef's National Ambassadorship, Crystal Award by the World Economic Forum and honorary doctorates from various universities within India and abroad.
The second area is Faldo Enterprises, an umbrella for Sir Nick's wider commercial interests, including a watch deal with Audemars Piguet, an ambassadorship with TaylorMade-Adidas Golf and a licensing deal with Marriott Hotels for Faldo Golf Schools situated across the US.
It builds overall reputation as an industry leader, helps companies attract and retain the best talent and grows loyalty and ambassadorship.
The ambassadorship to Japan plays an important role in Russia's foreign policy in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly since the return of Vladimir Putin to the presidency for the first time in four years in early May as he places emphasis on relations with Asia.
It was useless for her to travel to Washington to join the duties of most crucial ambassadorship of Pakistan here if the PPP government's days are numbered," the sources observed while quoting senior US Administration officials.
Do you feel that brand ambassadorship has led to the success of local brands?
In consideration for the ambassadorship to Iran at a time of violent protests
We don't want to pressure the European countries at this time," said Abbas, but hailed Norway for raising the diplomatic status of its Palestinian delegation to full ambassadorship.