push ahead

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visich ranhalten (inf), → voranmachen (inf); to push ahead with one’s plansseine Pläne vorantreiben
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday Moscow had no motives for poisoning former GRU Colonel Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia, while those who are trying to push ahead with the Russophobic campaign might have them.
MARINE manager Tommy Lawson is delighted with the club's continued commitment to improve as the club continue to push ahead with plans to upgrade the stadium.
It is not fair for the government to push ahead with the plan.
The decision to make this arrangement permanent will enable the operators, Bristow Helicopters Ltd, to push ahead with plans to build a new 7 million search and rescue helicopter hangar at the airport.
During a meeting with Kobler, Shoukry reviewed Egypt's efforts exerted over the last year aimed to maintain stability in Libya and support the Libyan people to push ahead the political process and reach a political agreement in order to form a government of national unity, said spokesman for Egyptian Foreign Ministry.
Global Banking News-November 3, 2014--Chinese central bank deputy says China will push ahead with capital account opening
Sayed Tayoun said the group has approved plans to push ahead with expansions to benefit from sharp growth in the emirate's tourism sector, adding that Abu Dhabi is in the midst of a boom in the hospitality and tourism sector.
End users might baulk at the cost of ULSD, and if regulated markets continue to push ahead with emissions mandates, the Middle East could find itself in a perpetual struggle to catch up.
China underlined willingness to push ahead with vigorous efforts to reach a peaceful settlement to the crisis in Syria, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Liu Weimin said.
Tess takes advantage of her absence to push ahead with her career.
A senior member of the small opposition New Komeito party said Sunday it is hard to support bills related to a fiscal 2011 budget, clouding the path for Prime Minister Naoto Kan's ruling bloc to push ahead with the bills in the divided parliament.
Ali Akbar Salehi, Iran's Foreign Minister and Atomic Energy Agency head, moved to undermine the scheme just two days after its approval, announcing that Iran would push ahead with developing its own plants to enrich uranium, rather than opting to use the fuel bank.