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Land´lock`


v. t.1.To inclose, or nearly inclose, as a harbor or a vessel, with land.
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This is especially important for Uzbekistan, a doubly landlocked country.
The Republic of Macedonia is a landlocked country and its main access to sea is the ports in Greece.
He added that he signed the MoU along with the Kazakh Minister of Sports and Culture, applauding the world's largest landlocked country for organizing a spectacle that featured 350 competitors representing more than 29 nations.
Usually, a landlocked country does not have many options left.
Since a new government was elected in February, with President Faustin Touadera at the helm, the situation in the landlocked country had somewhat stabilized, dpa reported.
Ghani during his two-day visit to India last week urged the Indian businessmen to use the air route for trade in a bid to help free his landlocked country from the constraints of those neighbours, who do not wish his country well.
He said Afghanistan is no more a landlocked country as several other options and transit routes are available for Afghanistan for the import and export of commodities of the Afghan traders, a statement from the Presidential Palace said.
The change, announced on Thursday by the country's ministry of internal affairs, aims at promoting tourism with the East African landlocked country, South Sudan.
Which is the largest landlocked country in the Americas?
A landlocked country in Southern Africa, Zambia is bordered to the north by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the north-east by Tanzania, to the east by Malawi, to the south by Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia, and to the west by Angola.
Civil war began in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused his former deputy Riek Machar of planning a coup, setting off a cycle of retaliatory killings across the country that has split the poverty-stricken, landlocked country along ethnic lines.
Had the vote been carried, the tiny landlocked country of over half a million people would have been the first in the European Union to grant foreign-born residents the right to vote in all the country's elections.