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WEU:

see Western European UnionWestern European Union
(WEU), European security and defense organization. It was set up in Brussels in 1955 as a defensive, economic, social, and cultural organization, consisting of Belgium, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands; Portugal and
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Conclusion: There is no difference in baseline BP, CO, HR and TPR of WEU and PAK except for higher WEU SV in the afternoon.
'Lladron yn dwad, Dan weu sanau'', adroddais wrth gyfri''r pwythau.
The WEU was formed by Belgium, Britain, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands in 1948 as a Cold War Alliance.
To a lesser degree, the WEU's offer of associate partnership to Bulgaria and Romania has also offered hope.
In an attempt to bridge that gap, the Eurocorps is to be open to all members of the WEU. However, it will not draw on the WEU as an institution for headquarters or other planning or staff functions.
BRUSSELS, Apr 5, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Parliament Speaker Mehmet Ali Sahin said on Tuesday that no consensus was reached on the new institutional structure that would replace Western European Union (WEU) at the conference of parliament speakers of the EU in Brussels.
The WEU's ten member states agreed in March to scrap the organisation by the end of June 2011, deciding that the development of the EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy had made it obsolete.
* A force under the WEU. A WEU-led force has been proposed within NATO's draft concept for a WEU-led CJTF.
Cydiodd yr ysfa weu ynof ddiwethaf ar wyliau'r Pasg dair blynedd yn l, ond yr unig ganlyniad oedd sgert a siwmper - a het ...
BRUSSELS, Apr 4, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Parliament Speaker Mehmet Ali Sahin had a meeting with Robert Walter, President of the Assembly of Western European Union (WEU), in Brussels on Sunday.
The ESDA is comprised of representatives from national parliaments and served to provide oversight over the Western European Union (WEU), the European defence organisation, which has effectively lain dormant since the EU launched its security and defence policy, in 1999.