Summary: Damascus: A group of 21 Filipino UN peacekeepers seized by Syrian rebels in the Golan .
What does G-21 stand for?
G-21 stands for Group of 21 (Non-Aligned Nations in the Conference on Disarmament)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Gruner und Jahr (German Publishing House)
- Granulosa plus Theca
- Group of 10
- Group of 11
- Group of 17 Independent Economists (Serbia and Montenegro)
- Group of 19
- Army or Marine Corps Component Intelligence Staff Officer (Army division or higher staff, Marine Corps brigade or higher staff; US DoD)
- Group of 2
- Group of 20 (Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, México, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, United States and European Union)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: A group of 21 Emirati women will train to become teacher assistants and support children with learning difficulties to join public schools under a new initiative to build on the teaching abilities of nationals in the field of education.
In the backline, meanwhile, defended South Africa's decision to leave a core group of 21 players at home rather than play them on the Australasian leg of the Tri-Nations championship.
In conjunction with The University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores university, and more recently Edge Hill university, it is enjoying its seventh year, growing from a pilot group of 21 students in 2000, to more than 200 participants this year.
A group of 21 children from South Tyneside took part in the Sports Hall Athletics Competition at the Seaburn Centre in Sunderland, competing in fun-based events testing their throwing, jumping and running abilities.
From villages in the province of Pete, a group of 21 Indian farmers made a 10-hour bus trip for the celebration of the life and death of Oscar Romero.
September 2003-Present: India in Group of 21 At the Fourth Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization held in Cancun, Mexico, a group of 21 developing countries led by India, Brazil, and South Africa issued a counter-proposal to a joint EU-U.
Following the collapse of World Trade Organization talks in Cancun, Peru withdrew from the Brazil-led Group of 21, or G-21, followed by Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Guatemala.