Current style Russia diplomatic license plate.
Accredited foreign personnel have white on red plates with the registration of an Embassy
code number in a larger size followed by one or two letters and a serial number.
Heads of Diplomatic Missions
Diplomatic personnel and vehicle belonging to embassies,
consulates and int’l organizations
Technical assistance personnel
Current series diplomatic plates are coloured black on reflective white and, usually, with CD (Diplomatic Corps) above or to the left of the number. The first group of numerals is a code for the Embassy, the centre group is a serial number and the third is 22 or, more recently, 21.
Members of the Diplomatic Corps have green on yellow plates with an Embassy code number,
(34 = France) letters indicating the status and up to three serial numerals.
Letters that are used are:
CD Diplomatic Corps
CC Consular Corps
K Administrative and technical personnel
Diplomatic series 1967-1977; CD = Embassy, no countrycode.
CC = Consular Corps
CD = Diplomatic Corps
CMD = Chief of Diplomatic Mission
COI = Chief of International Organization
Current series diplomatic series plates are coloured light green and have, in black, the Embassy code number,
(66 = "International Committee for the fight against Drought in the Sahel") then either CMD (Chief of Mission),<br />CD (Diplomatic Corps) or CC (Consular Corps) and a serial number sometimes with a further letter,<br />and possibly RM as a suffix.<br /><br /></p>"
- El Salvador
- New in collection
- Czech Republic
- United States of America
- Congo, Democratic Republic
- South Africa
- United Kingdom
- Sri Lanka
- Costa Rica
- Burkina Faso
- CD-plate collection
- Plates for swap