co-sponsor

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co-sponsor

[ˈkəʊˈspɒnsəʳ] N (esp Advertising) → copatrocinador(a) m/f
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She co-sponsored an amendment that requires stronger child abuse prevention measures.
He said that at the just concluded 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva, Sri Lanka co-sponsored resolution 40/L.
"Sri Lanka will seek an extension of the timeline of resolution 30/1 October 1 2015, through a co-sponsored roll-over resolution at the ongoing 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council." It has taken concrete steps such as establishment of Missing Persons' Office and Office for Reparations to establish peace and reconciliation in Sri Lanka in addition to the establishment of Independent Commissions." The statement is in complete contradiction to President Maithripala Sirisena's own calls for the UN Human Rights Council to reconsider the 2015 resolution and for the roll-over resolution to be stopped, less than a day after agreeing to co-sponsor it.
PECO III is co-sponsored by Phillips Edison and company, Inc.
Daraz Mobile Week 2018 is co-sponsored by Mi, Infinix, OnePlus and Honor.
The Foreign Ministry said in a statement today that Malaysia co-sponsored and voted in favour of the resolution in line with its long-standing and unwavering support for the Palestinian cause.
The event was co-sponsored by Tamarran and PowerUp.
The series is being co-sponsored by Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL).
Pakistan team jersey for the T20I series to be played in New Zealand starting in January next year will be co-sponsored by Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), announced Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) at the kit unveiling ceremony held at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Tuesday.
CloudTech'17 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society and its Technical Committee.
Sweden, March 1 -- Two wrongs do not make a right - That is what one has to conclude regarding the resolution co-sponsored by Sri Lanka in 2015 at the Human Rights Council in Geneva.