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Attache

A diplomat assigned to an embassy, often with a specific purpose.
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During the visit, he was briefed on the progress of work in the Military Attache.
Recto also appealed for more funding for the Office of Social Welfare Attache.
Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana said that the prime duty of Sri Lankan Defence Attaches assigned to Sri Lanka Missions overseas is to serve the country and its people and that they should be mindful of the fact that they are there to serve and not to be served'.
pointed to a female labor attache "who denounced work/study J1 visas as slavery.
According to deputy government spokesperson, Klelia Vasiliou, the appointment of a military attache to Washington aims at "strengthening of the bilateral relations between the Republic of Cyprus and the US and exercising a balanced defence diplomacy."
"It is high time that we pass a measure deploying more social welfare attaches amid the numerous cases of abuses against OFWs especially in the Middle East," said Villanueva, author and sponsor of Senate Bill No.
Ambassador Yaho Ying and Defence attache Maj Gen Chen Wenrong lead the cake cutting ceremony with chief guest Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gen Zubair Mahmood Hayat.
Seman provides a remarkably fresh and well-researched look at Peronism and Cold War rivalry in the Western Hemisphere by uncovering details about an obscure worker attache program implemented by Peron shortly after his election.
Majed Bin Abdullah Al-Qasabi has appointed Samar Bint Mazin Saleh as commercial attache at the Saudi Commercial Attache's Office in Tokyo.
The government has appointed a humanitarian attache to Bangladesh to ensure that the aid sent to Rohingya refugees at Cox's Bazar can be managed effectively, says Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican.
The labor department defended on Monday its decision to recall the labor attache in Hong Kong amid allegations of favoritism in the accreditation of recruitment agencies.