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This has been and remains particularly important as for more than two decades both countries have been facing the same problems, which require joint efforts, effective collaboration and reciprocal support at the international and regional level on matters of common interest, such as peaceful resolution of the protracted conflicts in the GUAM area, including the Transnistrian and Nagorno-Karabakh conflicts," the minister said.
With armed conflict ongoing, a stalled peace process and an economic blockade, Yemen is in the grips of a devastating protracted humanitarian and developmental crisis, said DG Swing.
It will be an opportunity to renew international focus on the Afghan refugee situation, draw on lessons learned and reflect on new approaches to address protracted refugee situations.
In 2015, the major drivers of humanitarian vulnerability in the oPt remained unchanged and were directly linked to Israel's protracted occupation, now approaching its 50th year," said the report, WAFA reported.
It said: "In 2015, the major drivers of humanitarian vulnerability in the oPt remained unchanged and were directly linked to Israel's protracted occupation, now approaching its 50th year.
Ambassador Lodhi expressed the hope that the Summit's outcome document would focus equal attention on protracted refugee situations, while calling for enhanced assistance for host governments and communities and greater international support for early and sustainable repatriation of refugees in protracted situations.
THE 20- year- long protracted legal battle against TV actress Indu Verma -- in a case of cheating and forgery -- has ended in conviction.
2 billion is needed to provide lifesaving health services to more than 79 million people in more than 30 countries facing protracted emergencies this year, according to WHO's Humanitarian Response Plans 2016 launched on Tuesday.
Contrary to common assumptions, displacement following disasters can become protracted and returning home is not always an option.
The result comes despite protracted industrial action by pilots throughout last year.
For refugees and forced migrants, the multiple urges for safety, for meaningful lives and livelihoods, and for belonging are not well served by the "permanence of temporariness," as these protracted liminal states have been called.
A player earning PS265,000 a week after going through a protracted loan move was left out of an 18-man squad in favour of a striker who has just gone through a protracted puberty.