Consular flags, in accordance with Foreign Affairs Regulations, are to be displayed along with the U.S. flag in the consular's waiting room and in the offices of Consuls General and Consular Chiefs. The flag of the sending state and its consular flag may be flown at the consulate. A consular officer may also place the coat-of-arms or device and fly the flag of the sending state and its consular flag on the vehicles, marine vessels and aircraft which he employs in the exercise of his duties. On suitable occasions these flags may also be flown at the consular officer's residence.
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