Examples of consulate in a Sentence
the Russian consulate in Washington, D.C.
Recent Examples of consulate from the Web
In late May, the Czech Republic reopened its honorary consulate in Jerusalem after President Milos Zeman voiced his wish to move the Czech embassy to the city from Tel Aviv.
After obtaining refuge at the American consulate, Mr Fu initially gave a flurry of media interviews by Skype.
In May, the Czech Republic reopened its honorary consulate in Jerusalem after it had been shuttered since 2016 following the death of the previous honorary consul.
Another diplomat who reported symptoms was at a different upscale building near the consulate.
Olga Radchenko, director of parliamentary affairs for Canada's Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, said officials in their 12 consulates around the U.S. have been trying to deliver the same message.
Russia was also ordered to close its consulate in Seattle.
Since coming to power, the Trump administration has taken action against Moscow, closing its consulate in San Francisco and approving lethal aid to Ukraine in its battle with pro-Russian separatists, a move the Obama administration opposed.
Waiting in a long line at your nearest Brazilian consulate is a thing of the past.
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CONSULATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of consulate for English Language Learners
: the building where a consul lives and works
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