⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'grata' von Englisch nach Deutsch
persona non grata unerwünschte Person {f} [diplomatischer Vertreter]
persona non grata [also fig.]
Persona non grata {f} [auch fig.]
to make oneself persona non grata with sb./sth.sich bei jdm./etw. missliebig machen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • 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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