A Guide to Diplomatic Practice, Vol. 2 (Classic Reprint)
§: 439. From the point of view of International Law there is no essential difference between Congresses and Conferences. Both are meetings of plenipotentiaries for the discussion and settlement of international affairs. The presence sometimes of sovereigns at the place where they have been carried on does not alter their character.
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