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What does LMC stand for?

LMC stands for Like-Minded Countries

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It's this resistance to the easy path in favour of the right one that makes Canada a valued and important friend on the world stage, at a time when it is more critical than ever for like-minded countries to come together and ensure that shared values of tolerance and diversity are protected, and that the most defenceless among us are safeguarded from terror.
I must tell him that what I do very clearly understand, and what the final sentence of his letter shows he also understands, is that the ultimate aim of the unelected, self-serving corrupt bureaucracy in Brussels is not a friendly alliance of like-minded countries for their mutual economic and diplomatic benefit, but the creation of a United States of Europe, which will be under the total control of those same bureaucrats, just like it is now.
It is necessary that the international community act in unison in the search for a solution to the serious crisis in Libya, and the presence of a special envoy with already established contacts in that county will allow for effective coordination with Libyans and other like-minded countries interested in fostering dialogue , Mogherini said.
Amid slim chances of a negotiated end to Syria's civil war, the US is preparing to bypass the UN Security Council (UNSC) and strike the Syrian regime with a coalition of like-minded countries after what Turkey, the US and France say was a chemical attack by the Syrian military in Damascus on Aug.
President Barack Obama's administration said its weapons would included trade policy measures like USTR's annual intellectual property rights report, working with like-minded countries and possible new legislation.