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Internuntius (from Latin ) was a papal envoy of the second rank in states in which no nuncio is needed due to lack of procedures .

The Austrian ambassador to Constantinople was also called Internuntius earlier , since Austria had only concluded an armistice (Treaty of Constantinople) with the Ottoman Empire in 1533 and therefore only had a temporary representative .

The term is no longer used today.

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