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What does NIA stand for?

NIA stands for National Intelligence Agency (South Africa and Thailand)

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The claim was made Wednesday by popular Bulgarian journalist and former Ambassador to Croatia, Velizar Enchev, who had also worked for 10 years (1986 a 1996) as an officer of the National Intelligence Agency.
The Interior Ministry and the National Intelligence Agency decided then to set up a joint undercover taskforce to collect further intelligence information about the nature the group, regarding its affiliates, sources of financing and training.
There would be paramilitary agents, they would be based at the Consulate in Adana or the Incirlik Air Base," Giraldi said, adding that the agents would not cross into Syria but would direct intelligence operations from within Turkey in collaboration with Turkey's National Intelligence Agency (MIT).
In response to a question by NINA concerning IS position on US troops staying or evacuation from Iraq, she said, "that IS, is not for the time a part of the security system of of defense, interior, internal security ,and national intelligence agency which all are run by one person, therefore, IS ,is unable to assess the security situation to make the decision whether or not US troops stay or depart , stressing that the IS , is with the sovereignty of Iraq and do not want a foreign army on its territory, but the question of evaluation remains, however, the security system run by one person.
Petraeus, who arrived in Ankara by a private plane, did not have any meetings in National Intelligence Agency (MIT) of Turkey.
Six Gambian army officers, including Tamba and the former director of the national intelligence agency, were convicted of treason alongside a local businessman and a Gambia-based Lebanese businessman in the 2009 case.