At the signing ceremony, Shaigaan Malik expressed the deep commitment of the Ministry of Human Rights in promoting human rights and stressed the need for enhanced partnerships and better coordination for joint interventions aimed at safeguarding human rights in the country.
What does JIVE stand for?
JIVE stands for Joint Interventions (UK)
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We have 6 other meanings of JIVE in our Acronym Attic
- Journal of Interpersonal Violence
- Jagannath Institute of Vedic Astrology (Thailand)
- Japan Industrial Vehicle Association (est. 1948)
- Joint Intelligence Virtual Architecture
- Journal of Indian Veterinary Association (Kerala, India)
- JAFMAS Integrated Visual Environment
- JAOC Information Viewing Environment
- Java Imagery and Video Exploitation
- Joint Institute for Very Long Baseline Interferometry (astronomy; Netherlands)
- Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe (Dwingeloo, The Netherlands)
- Journal Impart View Evolution
- Jazz-India Vocal Institute (India)
- Joint Initial Verification Team (US and Canada)
- Joint Intelligence Virtual University (US DoD)
- Job Information Worksheet (Canada)
- Journal of Information Warfare (est. 2001)
- Journal of the Indian Wars (Savas Publishing and Consulting Group; El Dorado Hills, CA)
- Journeyman Inside Wireman (electrical industry)
- Journeyman Iron Worker
- Jugend Informatik Wettbewerb
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The two other interventions were conducted unilaterally and triggered criticism even from some G-7 members arguing that the yen had not strengthened so much in effective terms, and that any unilateral action is not effective enough, compared with joint interventions.
If exchange rates are deemed as not reflecting economic fundamentals accurately, we must consider some actions,'' the top government spokesman told reporters when asked about the possibility of Japan asking for joint interventions with other major countries.
We know that Japan will be unable to conduct joint interventions with other countries,'' he said.
And it's very unlikely that they will be able to persuade other countries to conduct joint interventions,'' Tsukamoto said.