The group of negotiators of Kyrgyzstan includes: - First Vice Prime Minister Joomart Otorbaev - team leader; - Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister's Office Nurhanbek Momunaliev; - First Vice Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister's Office Murat Mukambetov; - Chief of Industry, Fuel and Sector, Subsoil Use Division of the Prime Minister's Office Baktybek Turusbekov; - Vice Chief of International Cooperation Division Adylbek Ismailov; - Director of the State Agency for Geology and Mineral Resources Ishimbai Chunuev.
What does VC stand for?
VC stands for Vice Chief
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We have 47 other meanings of VC in our Acronym Attic
- Vertical Curve
- Vertical Cutter
- Vertically Challenged (PC term for short) :-)
- Very Cool
- Very Cute
- Veterinary Committee
- Veterinary Corps
- Via Campesina (International Peasant Movement)
- Vibration Compensation (Tamron)
- Vice Chair
Samples in periodicals archive:
In by acclamation as Third Vice Chief was Edward (Dutch) Lerat.
HYDERABAD -- Vice Chief of Naval Staff Vice Admiral Muhammad Shafiq has underlined the need of concerted efforts from all stakeholders of Pakistani nation to win rightful place in the comity of nations.
Perry Bellegarde, former Grand Chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations and former Regional Vice Chief for the Assembly of First Nations, announced last month his candidacy for National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations.
Air Chief Marshal Sir John Willis, 70, held the second highest position any UK serviceman could reach as Vice Chief of the Defence Staff and played a key role in the Cold War.
Arthur assumed duties as the vice chief of Naval Operations on July 6, 1992.