Definitions for intergovernmentalˌɪn tərˌgʌv ərnˈmɛn tl, -ərˈmɛn-
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Of, pertaining to, or involving two or more governments
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It is this intergovernmental agreement that will allow a commercial transaction.
The idea we have in mind is the one of an intergovernmental agreement between the two countries in order to allow the firms involved to go all the way, it is this intergovernmental agreement that will allow a commercial transaction.
We understand that countries, through which the gas pipeline was supposed to go, were expecting investment projects and creation of jobs, tax revenue growth, there is a legal study over the intergovernmental agreements, which were signed in 2008-2009.
We are going to introduce this ex-ante check of the intergovernmental agreements, we should develop the mechanism where we would have the possibility to look into the intergovernmental agreements in a way that we would make sure that once concluded, they are compatible with EU law.
The (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) have stated in their most recent report that these sorts of events are going to get worse as a result of climate change, and in fact they are getting worse, there's clearly a human imprint on these cyclones now, and there needs to be something done about it.
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