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MLA stands for Multilateral Agreement

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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.
Thus, the agreement between the Governments of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan on use of water and power resources of the Syr Darya river basin of 17 March 1998 envisages the possibility of signing of annual multilateral agreements and bilateral agreements on water and power supplies in exchange for coal and diesel fuel.
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.
00 Paperback JQ3349 The Yamoussoukro Decision, emerging out of the work of the Economic Commission for Africa of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, is a multilateral agreement among African states for liberalizing the rules for international aviation markets and minimizing government intervention in passenger and cargo air transport across the African continent.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] According to Trpe Ristevski, director of the Accreditation Institute, this will be achieved after signing the multilateral agreement with the EU member-states, which is expected to be realized by the end of this year.