The Diplomatic Character in the International Law

Ghaleb Awad Hawamdeh


The states practice their International relations through specialized departments implemented by a group of people who enjoy specific features and can implement their tasks appropriately. Those people are called diplomats. The diplomatic mission is considered as one of the well-known professions through history and its roots go back to the Roman times.

In this regard, the implementation of diplomatic missions and representing the state within other countries and international organizations require that a diplomat shall have specific features, such as personal, ethical and integrity. On the other hand, the diplomatic character is one of the pre-requisites of the international law, as it protects the interests of a state abroad.

We will discuss the term of diplomat, its concept, the persons who have this character and the requirements that should be possessed by a diplomat, ranks of diplomats who work in diplomatic missions abroad and those who protect the interests of the state.

The research ends with a conclusion with the most important results and recommendations.

Keyword: International relations, diplomatic, missions, organizations>

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