bring into effect


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Conferees reportedly dwelt on the means to bring into effect the executive plan to treat the contaminated river.
The Dubai Municipality may as well bring into effect what it has been considering for a while -- penalising individuals who litter the scenic Dubai Creek with a hefty sum of Dh500.
It's ideal and desirable to bring into effect the regulations at the same time as the two decrees come into effect.
According to the Russian Foreign Minister, it's necessary to bring into effect the terms of the agreements signed on February 21, including a Constitution reform which will be debated by all the Ukrainian regions and then put to a universal referendum.
After the meeting, HE the Minister and US Secretary of Homeland Security signed an agreement to bring into effect the clauses of a Letter of Intent (LOI) signed previously.