A diplomatic passport is a type of passport that is issued to diplomats and other government officials who are traveling on official business. The main difference between a regular passport and a diplomatic passport is that the holder of a diplomatic passport does not need to obtain a visa in order to enter most countries. In addition, diplomatic passports typically have special privileges, such as immunity from prosecution, that regular passports do not have. While most countries issue diplomatic passports to their own citizens, some countries also issue them to foreign nationals who are working in diplomatic missions or international organizations. If you are planning on traveling on official business, you may need to apply for a diplomatic passport.
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