Talk:Protocol (diplomacy)

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This page should include the ritual text recited by foreign ministers when ambassadors are presented to the chief of state. I have been trying to find this text for quite a while.

It should also include the standard text of diplomatic credentials.Scott Adler 06:39, 7 January 2007 (UTC)

San Jose Mine Rescue[edit]

They mention in the 'San Jose Mine Rescue' Wikipedia article-

   "protocolary salute"

Maybe that's worth putting in as an example, because it was a significant event involving a number of nations? Signed 220.101.66.30 (talk) 01:46, 7 November 2010 (UTC)

Environmental protocol[edit]

I just moved this section and its references to a newly created Environmental protocol article; it was grossly misplaced here, being a wholly different use of the word "protocol." Textorus (talk) 09:53, 30 October 2011 (UTC)