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Addressing a function held in connection with International Women's Day, he said that women constituted big chunk of the country's population, so the government was needed to take more steps for their welfare to give impetus to the pace of national development.
The Azeri foreign minister said that the meeting is a new format that would give impetus to the comprehensive development of regional cooperation between the four countries.
Abdyldaev thanked the Hungarian side for organizing the First Ministerial Meeting in the format of Central Asia and the Visegrad Group, which, in his opinion will certainly give impetus to further collaboration and cooperation in all areas of mutual interest of Central Asian countries.
He expressed hope that Shoukry's visit would give impetus to the fruitful partnership and joint action between the two friendly countries.
In the talks, both sides were pleased with the visit paid by Paraguay's official, which was expected to give impetus to the promotion of bilateral political dialogue, and also to the development of economic cooperation, particularly in the field of defence industry.
The release says the focus on the youth will give impetus to both the African Unions' continental efforts, and Botswana's own national priorities, to address unemployment amongst the youth and empower them with relevant skills so as to harness and accelerate socio-economic development on the continent.
He also said that "we can achieve AN annual growth of 5% by 2020, as stated by the Prime Minister in his remarks, calling on all parties to show responsibility in order to give impetus to the country's growth and wealth creation.
The increase in the cost of doing business continues to haunt the textile sector as the package of Rs180 billion meant to give impetus to textile exports has served no purpose except surge in miseries.
The Kingdom can learn many techniques from both China and India on how to give impetus to the economy without depending on oil.
ISLAMABAD -- Habib Bank Limited (HBL) would open its first branch in Uramqi (China), the largest city of province Xinjiang to facilitate business community and further give impetus to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects.
Both leaders are due to announce new projects to bolster political, economic scientific and cultural cooperation during the visit expected to give impetus to the bilateral partnership.
To this respect, it insisted on the need, for everyone, to be fully involved in the best exploitation of this favorable climate so as to give impetus to economic activity and speed up the pace of the reforms needed to lay the foundations of the required economic growth and financial stability.