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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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But Murakami is right: he is one of only a few people who can serve as a cultural ambassador for Japan.
THE search is on for people to act as cultural ambassadors during the Stockton Riverside Fringe Festival.
Global Tolerance Award from the Friend of the United Nations, 2001; designated Cultural Ambassador for Tolerance and Peace
As Cultural Ambassador, Libeskind recently traveled to Tunisia where he met with young architects, university students and professors.
Argentine poet, literary and social critic, and cultural ambassador, considered by many the outstanding figure of his age in the cultural life of Argentina.
Qatar Museums (QM) has said it has successfully concluded the first round of training sessions for participants taking part in its recently launched community cultural ambassador programme.
In addition to singing in films, she also engaged in philanthropic activities, and was appointed by UNICEF as its cultural ambassador in 1991.
She is the founder of Jamie's Concerts, a series for autistic children and parents, and cultural ambassador of the National Austistic Society.-CONTRIBUTED
Every citizen can be a cultural ambassador for Oman.
Bahrain: Jazz music is a "cultural ambassador" that can be used to build bridges across borders.
In a presidential campaign debate in 2013, Rohani called Shajarian "a cultural ambassador of Iran." In a campaign video, Rohani spoke about his deep interest in Shajarian's songs.
a cultural ambassador for Israel who provides "uncritical support for the

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