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Passenger series

Diplomatic series

Current passenger series since April 1989 in white on blue.

The registration consists of two letters above four numerals and two letters (since 2005 only in Dakar).

The first two letters denote the region where DK stands for Dakar.

Current diplomatic series in orange on green.

The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen, the letters CMD, a hyphen and three numerals.

The first three numerals denote the embassy where 007 stands for Belgium.

The letters CMD stand for Head of Diplomatic Mission (Ambassador).

Current diplomatic series in yellow on green.

The registration consists of three numerals, followed by a hyphen, the letters IT, a hyphen and three numerals.

The first three numerals denote the embassy where 007 stands for Belgium.

The letters IT stand for non-diplomatic embassy staff .

Current diplomatic series, front plate in orange on green.

The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen, three numerals, a hyphen and the letters CD.

The first two letters denote the International Organization where CE stands for European Community.

Current diplomatic series, two-line rear plate in orange on green.

The registration consists of two letters, above three numerals, a hyphen and the letters CD.

The first two letters denote the International Organization where CE stands for European Community.

Current diplomatic series, front plate in orange on green.

The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen, three numerals, a hyphen and the letters CD.

The first two letters denote the International Organization where CE stands for European Community.

Current diplomatic series, rear plate in orange on green.

The registration consists of two letters, a point, three numerals, a point and the letters CD.

The first two letters denote the International Organization where CE stands for European Community.