Speaking at a ceremony that marked the change of command at the Italian provincial reconstruction team (PRT) office, Di Paola said his country would stay committed to Afghanistan until the mission of their soldiers was completed.
What does PRT stand for?
PRT stands for Provincial Reconstruction Team (Iraq)
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- Profit Resource Timeline
- Program Reference Table
- Program Requirements Team
- Progressive Resistance Training (fitness)
- Project Reality Tournament (video game)
- Project Review Team
- ProRealTime (financial software)
- Proton Remnant Tagger
- Provider Resiliency Training (US DoD)
- Provider Terminal
- Provisional Registration Training
- Provisionally Registered Teacher (Australia & New Zealand)
- Public Relation Training
- Puerto Rico Telephone
- Pulse Recurrence Time
- Pulse Repetition Time
- Pulsed Radar Transmitter
- Post Repair Test & Trials
- Pasar Regional Tanah Abang (Indonesian: Tanah Abang Regional Market; Indonesia)
- Pembrokeshire Rail Travellers Association (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The counter narcotics official rejected the Taliban claim that 17 Taliban prisoners escaped from the detention facility of Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) saying They escaped from the lockup of Helmand counter narcotics department, not from the prison of PRT.
Operating far from the insurgents' usual areas and in a city considered among the safest in Afghanistan, the attackers detonated a suicide car bomb in front of the Provincial Reconstruction Team headquarters, which is under Italian command, and set off a second bomb in a Herat shopping area, where most of the casualties were reported, said Col.
Provincial Reconstruction Team while on duty in al-Nuaamaniya district, north of Kut.
JOWZJAN, Jul 21, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Wednesday inaugurated facilities of Turkey's second provincial reconstruction team in Afghanistan.
New Zealand's 140-strong provincial reconstruction team of troops in Bamiyan had been expected to end their seven-year deployment in September.