One of the sisters Afra, a graduate, was working with the Abu Dhabi-based Critical National Infrastructure Authority.
What does CNIA stand for?
CNIA stands for Critical National Infrastructure Authority (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates)
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- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 11 other meanings of CNIA in our Acronym Attic
- Critical National Infrastructure
- Culture Northern Ireland (UK)
- Customer Network Implementation
- National Ittihadi Congress Party (Morocco)
- Communication/Navigation/Identification-Management Unit (US DoD)
- Canadian Nursing Informatics Association
- Centre Nacional d'Informatica d'Andorra (Catalan: National Computer Center of Andorra)
- Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Dominica, San Salvador)
- Chia Nan Irrigation Association (Taiwan)
- Collectif National des Infirmières Anesthésistes
- Conseil National de l'Insertion par l'Activité Économique (French: National Economic Activity Integration Council)
- Carsten Niebuhr Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Studies (book publisher)
- Canadian National Institute for the Blind
- Confédération Nationale des Industries du Bois (French: National Confederation of Woodworking Industries)
- Centro Nacional de Ivestigaciones Cientificas (Cuba)
- Citizens' Nuclear Information Center
- Coast National Insurance Company (California)
- Commander, Naval Installation Command
- Commander, Naval Intelligence Center
- Commander, Naval Intelligence Command
Samples in periodicals archive:
Most cases reportedly involve visits to the National Transport Authority, Critical National Infrastructure Authority, Roads and Transport Authority, and the Coast Guard.
ADSB has similar arrangements with another Adnoc subsidiary, Irshad, which operates Abu Dhabi's oil terminals, as well as the UAE Navy, the UAE Coastguard and the UAE Critical National Infrastructure Authority.
ADSB has similar arrangements with another Adnoc subsidiary, Irshad, which operates Abu Dhabi's oil terminals, as well as the UAE Navy, the UAE coastguard and the UAE Critical National Infrastructure Authority.
Agreement on the new decree was reached following extensive consultations between the EAD and representatives from the fishing community, the Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA), the Ministry of Environment and Water (MoEW), and other government agencies.
The 22-member UAE delegation also included experts from the FANR, ENEC, the Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA), the National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA) and Khalifa University.