Examples of consulate in a Sentence
the Russian consulate in Washington, D.C.
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Last week Turkish authorities arrested U.S. consulate employee Metin Topuz, accusing him of espionage and having links to Fethullah Gulen.
Turkish officials, as well as many of the country’s news outlets, have continued to speculate about why the consulate called Oksuz.
The kingdom plans to open a consulate in Najaf, the spiritual capital of Shia Islam in southern Iraq, and to lay on direct flights for thousands of Saudi Shias to visit its Imam Ali shrine.
At the Argentina consulate in New York, officials were on the phone at 9:10 p.m. with families of those wounded or killed to tell them the news.
The National Park Service is working with the British consulate to notify their families.
Instead, Moscow can reassign them to other consulates in the U.S. or the embassy in Washington.
Russia has until Saturday to close its San Francisco consulate and two annexes housing trade missions in Washington, D.C., and New York City, officials said.
The action means each country will now have three consulates in the other.
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