binational

bi·na·tion·al

 (bī-năsh′ə-nəl, -năsh′nəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or involving two nations.

binational

(ˌbaɪˈnæʃənəl)
adj
involving two nations

bi•na•tion•al

(baɪˈnæʃ ə nl)

adj.
of or pertaining to two nations.
[1885–90]
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When installing the Fourth Cabinet Binational Colombia and Peru, President Juan Manuel Santos stressed that "Colombia and Peru are strategic partners in the regional environment", both countries are members of the Pacific Alliance, and maintain "great cultural coincidences and a long history common".
18 (SUNA) - The Vice-President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohammed Abdul Rahman chaired, Tuesday, at the Republican Palace, the meeting of the Binational Council for Migration and Foreign Presence.
Former Mossad Director Tamir Pardo said he believes only one thing poses an existential threat to Israel -- a binational state.
Toujours d'apres le journal libanais, ce binational est un employe de la compagnie Tunisair, et a disparu de Charm Echeikh et se trouve actuellement dans la ville de Syrte en Libye, controlee par Daech, apres avoir franchi les frontieres egypto-libyennes a bord d'un vehicule 4x4, precise Addiyar citant les services du Renseignement egyptiens.
In the section MAKER: Innovate, there was an unprecedented amount of binational innovation.
The first section looks at migration to the US in a binational context (human rights tragedies, sexual violence against women and children, and immigration enforcement issues).
This article argues that the system created in the NAFTA binational panel is the fairest and more effective method of resolving dumping disputes.
They want a Palestinian national homeland to be established here next to us, and that Israel be gradually turned into a binational Jewish-Arab state within our reduced borders", he told ministers in a reference to Israel's Palestinian minority who number just over 20% of the population.
Therefore, for specific reference to interventions limited to certain binational corridors or neighboring regions, the authors of the study propose the term "peri-border," using the Greek root "peri" (literally meaning "around," "near," or "enclosing") to define the reach of certain programs more precisely.
The binational working table between El Salvador and Guatemala, responsible for Transport and Infrastructure matters, said Dec.
Known as much for his brutality as for his binational ties, TreviEo Morales was captured by Mexican marines early Monday near the border town of Nuevo Laredo, signaling the biggest victory against organised crime for the Presidency of Enrique PeEa Nieto.
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