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What does DZ stand for?

DZ stands for Demilitarized Zone (usually seen as DMZ)

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The two parties also agreed on a mechanism to monitor the non-aggression agreement that includes the monitoring of 50 kilometers at both sides, which is the third mechanism after the demilitarized zone agreement that includes 10 kilometers on both sides which was previously signed and includes monitoring of harboring and support to rebel movements and the disengagement of the two armed divisions with the state of South Sudan.
FILE PHOTO - Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir welcomes his South Sudanese counterpart Salva Kiir during his arrival at Khartoum Airport October 8,2011 REUTERS/ Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah The high-profile summit in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa entered its fourth day on Tuesday with the two presidents holding their fifth closed-door meeting which, as in the case of previous rounds, tackled the issues of establishing a demilitarized zone along the 1,800km border and proposals to determine the final status of the hotly-contested region of Abyei.
SEOUL, South Korea, Shawwal 20, 1433, Sep 7, 2012, SPA -- Efforts to preserve wildlife in the demilitarized zone that lies between heavily armed North and South Korea are on the agenda at a major environmental forum on South Korea's Jeju island, AP reported.
Secretary-General Kofi Annan calling for a demilitarized zone in South Lebanon, Khoury said, "Will the Security Council during the renewal of UNIFIL's mandate decide to establish a demilitarized zone or an area free of illegitimate weapons?
The country's oldest and strongest rebel group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has demanded a demilitarized zone for peace talks with the government, as well as a swap of 22 prominent hostages for hundreds of jailed rebels.
The reason we were deferred was a one-day visit to the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on the border of North and South Korea.