The ceremony was attended by TAP consortium representatives and high ranking officials of third countries, including US Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Eric Rubin.
What does EUR stand for?
EUR stands for Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs (US State Department)
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- Military and Government
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We have 22 other meanings of EUR in our Acronym Attic
- European Universities Public Relations and Information Officers (Belgium)
- European Union of Physics Research Organisations
- European Union Parliamentary Support Programme
- European Union Planning Team
- Eastern Upper Peninsula Transportation Authority (Michigan Department of Transportation)
- European Union Planning Team for Kosovo
- European Union Programmes Unit (Malta)
- Engineering, Utilities and Public Works Training Institute (Texas)
- Elemental Unit Quantity (cost measurment)
- End User Quarantine
- Eastern Underground Railway (former transport system in Ipswich, England)
- Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (Netherlands)
- Esposizione Universale Romana (area of Rome, Italy)
- Estimated Ultimate Recovery (Oil & Gas)
- Euro (European Monetary Unit)
- European Utility Requirements (nuclear power)
- Einnahmen-Überschuss-Rechnung (German: revenue account surplus)
- European Ergonomist
- European Engineer
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Pacific Command (US ACOM) Department of State Regional Bureaus Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Bureau of African Affairs Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon said on Tuesday that Turkey played a very constructive role both in NATO Summit in Lisbon and in OSCE Summit in Astana.
Skypecasting has been featured as a best practice on the State Department Web site and within the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs.
Secretary of State for Eurasian Energy Richard Morningstar, Deputy Secretary of State Jim Steinberg, Assistant Secretary for Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Gordon and National Security Council's Senior Director for Europe Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall.
88, a retired general services assistant in the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs, died April 19 in Washington, D.