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The statement of the delegation carrying [R]"calan's message bears three points that require reciprocal action by the government:
When investors pile into marginal assets like junk bonds, the typical reciprocal action is to demand a higher return.
The Indonesian government insists that a ceasefire has to be conducted under the supervision of the United Nations, he said, adding that both sides should avoid reciprocal action.
Because the insurer was not in a similar position, there could be no reciprocal action against the policyholder.
We called the US mission to withdraw an officer of similar rank of Devyani as reciprocal action," an Indian official who has knowledge of the decision told reporters.
Answering a question whether the Information and Culture Ministry will resort to reciprocal action banning of the Pakistani TV publications in Afghanistan Dr.
Cuba has so far not threatened any reciprocal action against the US diplomatic mission in Havana, and observers were watching for signs of restraint, which diplomats would take as further indication that Cuba is pursuing improved relations.
Any such review could result in Bulgaria being targeted by reciprocal action by member states, potentially extending labor market restrictions on Bulgarians by other EU countries, EurActiv said.
An official said that it is regrettable that the Venezuelan government has again decided to expel US diplomatic officials based on groundless allegations, which require reciprocal action, the report added.
However, the success of this policy requires reciprocal action and good will on the part of Afghan government.
The press release added that the success of this policy required reciprocal action and good will on the part of Afghan government
Around the world, when our people are thrown out unjustly, we're going to take reciprocal action," Victoria Nuland, the State Department spokeswoman, (http://www.