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Blok

(blɒk)
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(Biography) Aleksandr Aleksandrovich (alɪkˈsandr alɪkˈsandrəvitʃ). 1880–1921, Russian poet whose poems, which include Verses about the Beautiful Lady (1901–2) and Rasput'ya (1902–4), contain a mixture of symbolism, romanticism, tragedy, and irony
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Foreign Minister Blok stated that they were closely following the developments in Kashmir and emphasized upon the need to avoid further escalation of tensions.
Blok said that while the Dutch want to align policies with their allies, every country must make its own security decisions.
Blok added that this decision follows the announcement by the Iranian foreign ministry that two Dutch diplomats at the embassy in Tehran have been declared persona non grata and have to leave the country.
Under the terms of the MOU, BLOK will issue 14m common shares to WORX at a price of USD 0.04, and sign a Promissory Note for USD 240,000.
For his part, Blok said "Tunisia is a precious partner in a region prone to turbulences".
Au cours de son deplacement en Tunisie, Blok aura des entretiens avec de hauts responsables Tunisiens suivis d'une seance de travail avec son homologue Kemaies Jhinaoui pour examiner l'evolution des relations de cooperation bilaterale et les moyens de les renforcer.
Blok will be visiting the island for the first time as Minister of Foreign Affairs and departs from Cyprus on Thursday afternoon.
The agreement was reached during a telephonic conversation between Foreign Minister Qureshi and his Dutch counterpart Stef Blok.
Blok shows how Junger's interpretation of Nietzsche informed Heidegger's political views in the early 1930s, and later influenced his analysis of the "essence" of modern technology.
Dutch foreign minister Stef Blok said following that conclusion "the Government is now taking the next step by formally holding Russia accountable".
CHICAGO--Both transgender men and transgender women had an increased risk of breast cancer compared with a male, but not a female, reference population, said Christel de Blok, MD, sharing results of a Dutch national study.