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    • The Bravo Meister
    • 21.03.07 | 10:15 (IST)

    I think it's pretty clear that you can't have visitors visiting both governments on the same visit. Simple diplomatic courtesy dictates separate (though equal) visits to both parties. A respectable interlude between visits would be, in my opinon, about three hours. This would provide ample time for one visit to be concluded, and a full transition to the next visit. It's simple logic really...

    from the article: Israel to snub foreign envoys who meet with Hamas ministers
    First published 00:00 21.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 21.03.07
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