Embassies house the offices of an ambassador and related staff. Embassy refers to a diplomatic mission set up permanently in a host country. Embassies help safeguard and protect the relationship between the host country and the country represented by that particular embassy office. The embassy can be a point of contact, or base of communication, between two countries. Embassies are an important part of foreign relations, through which countries can reach resolutions to problems ranging from trade tariffs to political tensions before they escalate. An embassy is staffed by representatives of the foreign service of the visiting nation. An embassy is also responsible for representing the home country abroad and handling major diplomatic issues, such as preserving the rights of citizens abroad. It also work as regional representative of Government of the particular country, facilitating visa, passport, travel, attestation service etc.