Representatives of international organisations and other persons may have conferred on them by Order in Council to the extent specified by the order certain privileges and immunities1.
The classes of persons on whom these privileges and immunities may be conferred are:
(1) persons who (whether they represent governments or not) are representatives to an organisation specified by Order in Council to be one of which the United Kingdom2 or its government and one or more foreign powers3 or governments are members, or representatives on, or members
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