During his five-day trip to Europe from Monday, Kishida told reporters, he will first attend a ministerial meeting of 10 nonnuclear countries concerned with nonproliferation and disarmament on Tuesday in the Netherlands.
What does NN stand for?
NN stands for Nonnuclear
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We have 17 other meanings of NN in our Acronym Attic
- No Name
- No No
- No Nonsense
- No Noobs (gaming)
- Nomen Nescio (Latin: I Don't Know the Name)
- Nomen Nominandum (Latin: Name Hitherto Unknown)
- Non Nominatus/Nominata (Latin: Not Named, epigraphy)
- Non-Participating National (FCC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
in nonnuclear thermal power generation, fossil fuel procurement and electricity retail, sources close to the matter said Tuesday.
An independent Scotland's membership of Nato should be conditional on the acceptance of Scotland's nonnuclear status, which is in line with the vast majority of current Nato members.
00 Hardcover DK510 Deyermond (war studies, King's College London, UK) finds the very different responses of Belarus and Ukraine to the problem of how to dispose of former Soviet nuclear weapons on their territories, even though both states were committed to nonnuclear status, puzzling.
China's Wen says Abe's nonnuclear pledge benefits Asia BEIJING - Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Monday welcomed Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's pledge to stick to Japan's non-nuclear principle in the wake of North Korea's nuclear test, saying it would benefit Asia, a Japanese Embassy official said.
Proposed under a Pentagon effort to find quicker, less-expensive ways to get into space, the Hybrid Launch Vehicle would use a shuttle-like mothership to carry aloft a conventional rocket booster that it would let go to carry a satellite into orbit or send a nonnuclear bomb at a far-off target.
If such regressions continue, they will inevitably lead to an abandonment of disarmament goals and the gradual lack of interest by nonnuclear weapons states to remain within the regime's boundaries.
The Pentagon plans to create a new command that combines the military network that warns of missile attacks with its force that can fire nuclear or nonnuclear weapons at suspected nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons sites around the world," The New York Tmes reported on June 25.