High Commission

  • (noun): An embassy of one British Commonwealth country to another.

Some articles on high commission, high commissions, high:

Hotel Petersberg - History - Seat of Allied High Commission
... Petersberg became the seat of the Allied High Commission for Germany ... The Allied High Commission resided on the Petersberg until 1955, when West Germany gained its sovereignty ...
List Of Diplomatic Missions In Botswana - Diplomatic Missions in Botswana
... coordinates Place data as RDF Embassy Location Coordinates Notes Embassies and High Commissions Angola Plot 13232 Khama Crescent and Nelson Mandela Road 24°39′07″S 25°54′36″E / 24.65205°S 25.90992 ...
Embassy Of Zimbabwe, London - History - Rhodesian High Commission
... Zimbabwe House was originally called Rhodesia House, and served as the High Commission of Southern Rhodesia from 1923 until the Rhodesian UDI on November 11, 1965 ... Rhodesia was unique in being the only British colony to have a High Commission, as only dominions (and later, independent Commonwealth members) were represented by ... After the UDI, Rhodesia's High Commissioner, Brigadier Andrew Skeen was declared persona non grata by the British Government and ordered to leave the country ...
Canada House
... Trafalgar Square in London that is part of the High Commission of Canada in London ... Canada House hosts the cultural and consular sections of the High Commission, while the political, trade and administrative functions are carried out ... of Foreign Affairs and International Trade announced that Canada House, the High Commission's diplomatic, public and educational space in London, would close to undergo necessary renovations and ...
List Of Diplomatic Missions Of New Zealand - Asia
... Shanghai (Consulate General) India New Delhi (High Commission) Mumbai (Consulate-General) Indonesia Jakarta (Embassy) Iran Tehran (Embassy) Japan Tokyo (Embassy) Republic of Korea Seoul (Embassy) Malaysia Kuala ...

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