| PARIS, May 16 (KUNA) - France defended on Wednesday an attack the previous day by European Union forces against Somali pirates and said that the operation had the full backing of the Transition Government in Somalia.
What does EUCOM stand for?
EUCOM stands for European Union Forces
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- Military and Government
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- European Cooperation for the Long Term in Defense
- European University of Chinese Medicine
- European Union-China Managers Association
- Eastwood Uniting Church Musical Society (Australia)
- Edinburgh University Carbon Management Society (Scotland, UK)
- End User Computing Network
- European Union Center of New York (Euorpean Commission)
- European Rotaract Convention
- European Union Chamber Orchestra (est. 1981)
- European Command (USEUCOM)
- European Command Activities
- European Confederation of Medical Suppliers Associations
- End User Contact
- EUMETNET Composite Observing System
- Emergency Urgent Change Package
- End-User Content Policy
- European Union Common Position
- European Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management
- European Union Crime Prevention Network
- European Cloud-Radiation Experiment
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This is in contrast to the European Union forces which have been ordered not to attack the pirates for fear of injuring their hostages.
European Union forces (EUFOR) took over from the NATO-led peacekeeping force in Bosnia in 2004.
The government, which was widely criticized by lawmakers and shareholders for being too slow in rescuing the bank, has since tried to find a way to repay the emergency loan before the European Union forces the government to stop funding it.
Utilities aim to increase the use of low carbon power sources as the European Union forces companies to have certificates to emit the greenhouse gas and is tightening the supply of those permits, making them more costly.
Already in a deployment of European Union forces, British soldiers are forced to serve under the Comic Opera flag of the European Union.
The law, supported by the opposition as well as government parties, was proposed in case the European Union forces Hungary to abandon its complete ban.