unition

unition

(juːˈnɪʃən)
n
the action of joining together or condition of being united
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He said the head of the Unition Nations flagship GCF had recently warned that it could not kick off work as planned because leading backers including the US, Canada and Australia had not delivered funds.
He said the head of the Unition Nations' flagship GCF had recently warned that it could not kick off work as planned because leading backers including the US, Canada and Australia had not delivered funds.
Recently, the Kingdom of Bahrain's Foreign Minister, HE Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa, in answer to a question posed by a Bahraini MP in the House of Representatives, pointed out that there are essential developments in this aspect which embody awareness of hazards of any failure to deal with regional challenges, asserting that Bahrain had welcomed the Saudi proposal in favor of the Gulf Unition and will contribute considerably in expediting the process of ratification of the Gulf Union as soon as studies and discussions have been finalized for this purpose.
In December 2001, the Karine-A ship was loaded in Iran with weapons and amm= unition destined for Gaza.