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The new regulation will also ensure a robust data protection regime for Europol, in particular to guarantee that the data protection supervisor of Europol has full independence, can act effectively and has sufficient powers of intervention.
And frankly, we've seen the Turks already act effectively to shut down large portions of their border.
The Council's inability to act effectively and decisively or even pronounce itself clearly on the situation in Palestine is inexplicable and frankly inexcusable, Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi, the permanent representative of Pakistan to the UN, told the General Assembly.
It is to be recalled that a meeting of the permanent committee of the Council of African Political Parties will be held on the sidelines of the Foundation Conference of Women Wing to review a number of issues, including the amendments in the basic statute, adding new members and introducing new reform to enable the council to act effectively concerning the African issues.
An emergency response to a structural phenomenon that is here to stay if we don't act effectively on its deep, real causes: poverty, conflict, crises, human rights violations all the way through Africa, the Middle East and beyond, includes the situations in Syria, Afghanistan and the horn of Africa.
That is why Emirates has invested more than US$ 6 million in the installation and service of its medical equipment on board, and thousands of hours in training each year, to ensure its crew is able to act effectively in the event of medical emergencies on board.
Emirates has invested more than $6 million in the installation and service of its medical equipment on board and thousands of hours in training each year to ensure its crew is able to act effectively in the event of medical emergencies on board.
He said: "Occasional meetings in London and elsewhere are essential if my deputy and I are to act effectively on behalf of the Dyfed-Powys public.
And thus informed, we may choose to act effectively and expeditiously in our own self-interest or direct our representatives to so on our behalf or both.
The Parliament's national reconciliation committee has been able, since its foundation, to act effectively and achieve a lot of important reconciliations and help solve files of the lost, abducted and detainees, but sometimes it failed to do so," Ossi, also Chairman of the National Initiative for Syrian Kurds, told SANA.
The statement highlighted the need for the government to act effectively without delay.
Saudi Arabia has just refused the seat it won on the United Nations' Security Council, and several senior Saudi spokesmen have used the event to articulate the kingdom's fury and despair at the failure of both the United Nations and the US to act effectively in the Middle East.