China's Ministry of National Defence on Wednesday denied recent accusations that the nation's military supports cyber espionage, saying that a security report backing the claims used scientifically flawed evidence.
What does MOND stand for?
MOND stands for Ministry of National Defence (various nations)
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- Military and Government
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We have 3 other meanings of MOND in our Acronym Attic
- Monitoring Agents Using a Large Integrated Services Architecture (California Institute of Technology)
- Workshop on Monitoring, Attack Detection and Mitigation (IEEE / IST Workshop)
- Master Office Network Adaptive Real-Time Control
- Models of Networked Analysis at Regional Centres (Large Hadron Collider experiments)
- Mayor's Office of New Bostonians
- Mission Oaks National Bank (Bonsall, CA)
- Monitored Number (telecommunications)
- Metropolitan Opera National Council (Seattle, WA)
- Multiuser Orthogonal Nyquist Criterion
- Monitoring and Control
- Modified Newtonian Dynamics (missing dark matter theory)
- Mobile Networks Design Acquisition and Implementation
- Monica and Chandler (Friends TV show characters)
- Massachusetts Organization of Nurse Executives
- Mastiffs of New England (dogs)
- Michigan Organization of Nurse Executives
- Ministry of National Economy (Oman)
- Ministry of National Education (Turkey)
- Monsoon Numerical Experimentation Group
- Marché des Options Négociables de Paris
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He added that "the Ministry of National Defence backs the idea of repatriation of refugees and closing of the camp as soon as possible," reminding that a number of Sudanese refugees began a hunger strike in the recent days to draw the attention of the UNHCR and the world on their situation.
Compared to the Indian Army's website, the recently unveiled Chinese Ministry of National Defence website or the Chinese Military Online website eng.
Poland's Ministry of National Defence has decided to significantly upgrade and extend the infrastructure at the Polish Air Force base of Powidz, 30 miles (50km) from Poznan.
The Ministry of Defence today confirmed that negotiations were progressing with the Romanian Ministry of National Defence over plans to sell both HMS Coventry and HMS London to the East European country.