June 2010 Project Ploughshares publishes UN Arms Embargoes and the Arms Trade Treaty with support from the ISROP program of Foreign Affairs Canada.
What does FAC stand for?
FAC stands for Foreign Affairs Canada
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 398 other meanings of FAC in our Acronym Attic
- Food Assistance Center
- Football Association (Challenge) Cup
- Foothills Art Center (Golden, CO)
- For All Coffeemakers
- Force Accounting Code
- Force Accounting Controller
- Forced Authorization Code
- Forces Armées Congolaises (French: Congolese Armed Forces)
- Forecast Acquisition Cost
- Forecast at Completion (project management)
- Foreign Affairs Committee (UK)
- Foreign Air Carrier
- Foreign Assets Control
- Formal Aspects of Computing (journal)
- Formation Aéronautique Conseil
- Forward Air Control(ler)
- Forwarding Agent Cachet (philately)
- Foundation Advisory Council (various locations)
- fourth amended complaint (legal)
- Fractal Aspect Component (Aspect-Oriented Programming project)
Samples in periodicals archive:
ISLAMABAD, August 24, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Lawrence Cannon, Minister of Foreign Affairs Canada, Monday announced to attend the meeting of Friends of Democratic Pakistan in Istanbul, Turkey from August 24 to 25 before travelling on to visit to Egypt.
After seven successful years of placing young First Nations, Inuit and Metis professionals IPAP funding has been cut by Foreign Affairs Canada.
International Trade Canada: International Trade Canada (ITCan) emerged at the beginning of 2004 from a division of the former Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade into two separate departments (ministries): Foreign Affairs Canada (FAC) and ITCan, which now supports trade development by providing services to exporters, developing policy and attracting investment.
According to Kerry Buck, an Assistant Deputy Minister at Foreign Affairs Canada, Whole of government really means synchronized Canadian engagement on the ground, and this is part of an evolution from different departments doing their stuff in silos a few years ago on international missions.