The council also expressed support to efforts exerted by the Palestinian State on obtaining membership in all international agencies and international protocols.
What does PI stand for?
PI stands for International Protocol
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 126 other meanings of PI in our Acronym Attic
- Physics-Inspired Paradigms in Wireless Communications and Networks
- Physical Security
- Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
- Phytoremediation/Biotechnology Solutions for Spills (Environmental Technology Centre program, Canada government)
- Pepper Huasteco yellow vein virus
- Paedagogische Hochschule Zentralschweiz (German: Pedagogical University of Central Switzerland; Lucerne, Switzerland)
- People in the Hazard Zone (natural disaster management)
- Petahertz (10^15 Hertz)
- [not an acronym] name for Greek symbol representing the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter; approximately 3.1416
- Blood Clotting
- Ionized Phosphorus
- Isoelectric Point (chemistry)
- Istiqlal Party (Independence Party, Morocco)
- Pacific Institute
- Pacific Internet (Internet Service Provider)
- Package Insert (medications)
- Packet Interface
- Paducah & Illinois Railroad
- Paedagogisches Institut (Vienna, Austria)
- Page Impression (Internet advertising)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The trainers also shed light on various techniques of investigation to bust human trafficking rackets and the international protocols signed by the UAE for combating the transnational crime.
He said that international protocols, signed by IPO for protection of IP rights in Pakistan.
The first production from the 4,500 square meters planted has been shredded and returned to earth following international protocol.
Souhayr Belhassen said that the constituent stage of the second Republic is critical in entrenching Human rights in their overall sense, emphasising the need for Tunisia to finish off the ratification of international protocols on economic and social rights and migration.
We've adapted this RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology normally used in high-tech systemized warehouses to simple cards so that the user won't have to press multiple complicated buttons to operate," said Kyung-Ho Kim, assistant manager at Korea Telecom's Service of International Protocol division.
This is meant to conform to the international protocol on the use of Excellency", explained the minister.