The only remedy the host state has in the face of offences alleged to have been committed by a diplomat is to declare him or her "persona non grata", which typically means that the diplomat must leave the territory of the state.
Moreover, due to her past legal issues, Ražnatović is officially banned from entering Croatia, being proclaimed "persona non grata".
Dumba was not the first foreign diplomat to be declared persona non grata by the U.S.
WWII he had been declared persona non grata and widely viewed as a Serbian chauvinist.
The following are notable people or groups who were declared as persona non grata by local government units (LGUs) in the Philippines.
In the days following election, several municipalities with Croat majority declared Komšić "persona non grata".
The government of a country can declare a diplomat "persona non grata", banning entry into that country.
She became a "persona non grata" and lost her job at Radio Pirenaica.
This is a list of people declared "persona non grata".
In October 2022, the European Union declared "non grata" the Nicaraguan representative, Zoila Müller.
On 8 January 2010, George Galloway was deported from Egypt, declared "persona non grata" and permanently banned from the country.
On August 21, 1971, Zaire declared the Congolese chargé d'affaires in Kinshasa, Lieutenant Eyabo, to be a "persona non grata".
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