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The Government supported the draft Order of the President to authorize the Minister of Infrastructure to sign from Ukraine the Protocol amendments to the Basic multilateral agreement on international transport for development of the Europe-the Caucasus-Asia Corridor.
Grave consequences would follow if Kiev revises its participation in multilateral agreements concerning pensions and healthcare," Nebenzya said.
It is also planned to sign multilateral agreements during the summit.
Dhaman is an autonomous Arab regional organization established in 1974 under a multilateral agreement between Arab countries, based in Kuwait since mid-1975 and includes 21 Arab member states and a number of Arab and international bodies.
Dejan Mojsoski, Director of the Civil Aviation Agency, and Ellen Bien, acting director general of the Aviation Authority of the Kingdom of The Netherlands, signed a memorandum on administrative implementation of the multilateral agreement on establishment of a European Common Aviation Area.
With these agreements in place, we now look forward to additional regional and multilateral agreements to help further benefit our global marketplace.
The three southern African countries are expected to ratify the Convention by December 2012, thereby bringing into force a unique multilateral agreement that has as its objective the long-term conservation, protection, rehabilitation and sustainable use of the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem or BCLME.
In a statement to the press following an audience granted to him by HM King Mohammed VI, on Saturday in Marrakech, Mitropoulos underlined Morocco's active role as a regional hub in this area, which is mirrored by the multilateral agreement signed, on Thursday in Rabat, on the coordination of sea search and rescue activities in the northern and west African region.