Diplomatic credentials

The Monarch typically accepts letters of credence, also known as diplomatic credentials, from heads of state and heads of government of foreign territories, as well as writing letters of credence for ambassadors of the State of Hokoria to foreign territories. Diplomatic credentials affirm that an individual is authorised to speak for their nation, to the other nation.

Sending diplomatic credentials to the Monarch

Individuals may present diplomatic credentials to the Monarch where invited to do so by the Department of Exterior Affairs. Otherwise, all diplomatic credentials are submitted to the Monarch through other means.

Receiving diplomatic credentials from the Monarch

The Monarch may write diplomatic credentials for individuals to act as an ambassador of the State of Hokoria to a foreign territory. It is the responsibility of the ambassador to ensure that diplomatic credentials are received by the foreign territory. The Government of a foreign territory may verify that diplomatic credentials are legitimate by contacting the Department of Exterior Affairs.

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