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What does MIA stand for?

MIA stands for Minister of Internal Affairs

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In his statements regarding the meetings, Mr Louca said that with the Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs Mr Ivica Dacic we decided to set up a Committee which is provided in an agreement signed before on issues of police cooperation- to offer the experiences of the Cyprus Police on European level, especially after the experiences gained by the Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the EU.
According to the decree of the head of state, Kairat Tynybekov was dismissed from the post of Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan in connection with his transfer to another position.
The delegation met president Gjorge Ivanov; prime minister Nikola Gruevski; minister of internal affairs Gordana Jankulovska; minister of transport and communications Mile Jsanakievski; The Vienna-based South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), released its report on the media situation in the Republic of Macedonia/Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Albanian ambassador to Skopje Arben Cejku also confirmed this information while the Macedonia Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, Xhelal Bajramu, recently announced that the agreement would be finalized next year.
4- Turkish Gendarmerie Commander General Necdet Ozel will meet with Azerbaijani Minister of Internal Affairs Ramil Usubov and several Azerbaijani generals in Azerbaijan.
Most ministers have retained their ministries in cabinet, such as Minister of Internal Affairs Ziad Baroud.