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Argentinian flag Embassy of Argentina in Bangkok

AddressSuite 1601, Glas Haus Bldg.
No. 1, Soi 25, Sukhumvit Road
Bangkok
Thailand
Phonelocal: (02) 259.0401
international: +66.2.259.0401
Faxlocal: (02) 259.0402
international: +66.2.259.0402
Emailembtail@csloxinfo.com
Hours9:00 - 17:00
NotesAlso serves as Argentina's embassy to Cambodia, Burma (Myanmar), and Laos.

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bettylavea
Mon, 15 Apr 2013 22:55 EDT
bettylavea393@yahoo.com
buat ikatan guys diseluruh bumi pertiwi saya lagi ingin meminta bantuan kepada kalian semua.baik secara materi maupun dalam bentuk yang bisa membantu saya juga teman-teman yang berada disitu bantuan kalian akan sangat berguna bagi kami ,karena sesama kaum guys saya rasa kita bisa saling berbagi dan mengasihi agar tercipta rasa kebersamaan dan kekeluargaan sehingga sulit untuk saling melupakan satu sama lain.karena kita semua sama .we are one nama asmin no rek; 7315-01-003529-53-4 nama bank; bri .indonesia.
rabindra gurung
Sat, 7 Jul 2012 06:08 EDT
business visa
hi,i am travel agent from nepal.i travelled to some asian county and united kingdom.so could u please tell me how to get business visa for argentina coz here is no argentinian embassy in nepal.and tell me what king of document i should ready for to get business visa?
thank you
my email is info@niatravel.com.np or xrabinxx_333@hotmail.com

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