And The Business Card Of A Foreign Office. Relations And Information

Original Language Title: a business card of a Foreign Office. Relations and Information

Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=58145&nr=384~2F2004~20Sb.&ft=txt

384/2004 Coll. GOVERNMENT REGULATION of 2 June 2004 establishing a model service card member of the Office for Foreign Relations and Information Change: 698/2004 Coll. Change: 517/2005 Coll. Government orders implementing the Act No. 153/1994 Coll., On the Intelligence Services of the Czech Republic, as amended by Act No. 118/1995 Coll., Act No. 362/2003 Coll. and Act No. 53/2004 Coll. : § 1 Model service card member of the Office for Foreign Relations and Information (hereinafter referred to it as a "business card") and its description is given in the Annex hereto. § 2 This regulation comes into force on 1 January 2007. The Prime Minister: Dr. Spidla 1st Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister: JUDr. Gross vr arrival. Pattern service card and its description of the queues service card Service card is 54 mm tall and 86 mm wide. It is printed on a white plastic card. Recto service card is done in green and blue with raster printing with white, wavy lines in undulating white lines and leaving and 4 rectangular white fields. In the upper white box is shown inscription "Office of Foreign Relations and Information", left white box is intended for electronic printing photos member of the Office for Foreign Relations and Information, which corresponds to its current form, showing him in a front frontal view in civilian attire, without glasses with dark lenses and without headgear, and true two white fields are intended for personal registration number of the Office for Foreign Relations and Information , and the date of service card and are entitled by the words "registration number" and "DATE". In the lower right corner with the sign of the post of Director of the Office for Foreign Relations and Information, which is electronically printed his handwritten signature. The middle front service card is holographic foil glued square shiny silver color, which, according to the viewing angle occurs the national character or the Office for Foreign Relations and Information. The entire front is covered with a transparent, holographic lamination film; at its lower edge is the rolling line put the words "Office of Foreign Relations and Information." Rear side service card is made in white and contains no data.