Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Nationality and Treaty Department and successors: Draft Full Powers and Draft Instruments of Ratification of Treaties
This series was raised to hold draft full powers and draft ratification instruments created after the formation of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in October 1968.
Draft Full Powers signifies 'Draft grants of full governmental power to ministers etc. for negotiation and conclusion of agreements with foreign countries'.
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