He stressed the importance of enhancing relations between the Sultanate and the Republic of Djibouti in various spheres.
What does ROD stand for?
ROD stands for Republic of Djibouti
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- Military and Government
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We have 111 other meanings of ROD in our Acronym Attic
- Record on Demand
- Record Oriented Data
- Regional Operations Director (various companies)
- Registrar of Deeds (various locations)
- Reign of Darkness (song)
- Renal Osteodystrophy
- Repair-On-Demand (depot repair priority system)
- Report of Deficiency
- Report Of Discrepancy
- Reporting Obligation Database
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In this regard, the Cabinet authorized the minister of foreign affairs or his deputy to discuss with the Djiboutian side a draft memorandum of understanding on political bilateral consultations between the ministry of foreign affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the ministry of foreign affairs of the Republic of Djibouti, establish a political consultative committee, sign the MOU and forward the final version to complete legal procedure.
Previously, he served as Qatar's ambassador in Geneva, Saudi Arabia, France, Italy, Greece, Switzerland, Yemen, and the Republic of Djibouti.
Ismail Omar Guelleh, President of the Republic of Djibouti, IBSA 2014 will provide a high-profile platform to specifically focus on the opportunities and challenges that are forging the Islamic banking, finance, and investment landscape in Africa.
1 Republic Of Congo Refinery Market Structure 135 23 Republic Of Djibouti Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 136 23.
The United States established diplomatic relations with the Republic of Djibouti in 1977, following its independence from France, and had consular representation in the former colony of French Somaliland since 1929.
Shaikh Fawaz highlighted the readiness of the Ministry of Telecommunications Affairs to cooperate with the Republic of Djibouti in the fields of training and benefiting from the advanced Bahraini experiences in the area of telecommunications and Information Technology, of which contribute in developing bilateral cooperation between both sides.
Alpha Oumar Konare, former President of the Republic of Mali, chairs the panel, which also consists of Festus Gontebanye Mogae, former President of the Republic of Botswana; Dileita Mohamed Dileita, former Prime Minister of the Republic of Djibouti, and a group of experts as assistants.