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She called the SCO an important body that could offer a credible alternative regional platform to discuss the challenges related to Afghanistan, and a strong multilateral force that could be a partner in its progress.
Cobra Gold 2013 is in its 32nd iteration and was designed to advance regional security by exercising a robust multilateral force from nations sharing common goals and security commitments in the Asia-Pacific region.
This independent stance manifested itself in dissension over Kennedy's "grand design"--a European Common Market and a Multilateral Force (MLF).
A multilateral force rescued a Chinese boat from a pirate attack last week, and at least seven ships either flying China's flag or carrying Chinese crew have been hijacked since January this year.
Another three weeks will be needed to reach the waters where it can start providing fuel to multilateral forces engaged in antiterrorism operations in and near Afghanistan, he said.
The Congressman reiterated that the key to stabilizing Iraq is to introduce troops from Egypt and other "friendly Arab countries" as part of a multilateral force led by the United Nations.
I think that now we have a task to show that a multilateral force can be effective, can stabilize peace in Lebanon and can create more confidence among the Israeli public", D'Alema said.
If the worry is the presence of the multilateral force, it is violence that keeps us here.