nonpermanent

nonpermanent

(nɒnˈpɜːmənənt)
adj
not existing or intended to exist for an indefinite time
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TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian foreign ministry welcomed election of Kazakhstan as a nonpermanent member of the UN Security Council, stressing that the country can play a positive role at the UNSC.
He said Egypt is very confident of winning Pakistan's support for its candidacy as nonpermanent member of UN Security Council for year 20162017.
Instead of new permanent members, let us have a new category of members, serving a much longer term than the nonpermanent ones and eligible for immediate reelection," Kofi Annan, a former U.
There are 10 nonpermanent members who are elected to the council for two-year terms.
South Korea is a nonpermanent member of the council.
Dronedarone increases the risk of death and serious cardiovascular events in people with permanent atrial fibrillation, and its use should be limited to the approved indication: the treatment of nonpermanent AE the Food and Drug Administration has concluded.
with the election as a nonpermanent member of the Security Council also in the
Colombia is a nonpermanent member state of the Security Council and its vote is essential in getting the Security Council to vote on the application request.
For now, patients taking dronedarone for nonpermanent atrial fibrillation should continue to take it, but this medication should not be newly prescribed to patients with permanent atrial fibrillation.
Summary: President Michel Sleiman received a letter from Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen seeking Lebanon's support for Cambodia's candidacy for nonpermanent member in the U.
IMC member Lord Alderdice said: "It seems to me that it's a perfectly natural thing to close down al l those nonpermanent components of the peace process.
Or else Abbas wants Lebanese delegates to the United Nations Security Council to raise the same issue starting next year when Lebanon becomes a nonpermanent member of this council, Noureddin said.