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AIIArt Institutes International (various locations)
AIIAccredited Investors, Inc. (Edina, MN)
AIIAngiotensin II
AIIAnalogical and Inductive Inference
AIIAirborne Infection Isolation (public health)
AIIAmerican International Industries (Los Angeles, CA)
AIIAgence de l'Innovation Industrielle (French Agency for Industrial Innovation)
AIIAdriatic and Ionian Initiative (various locations)
AIIAuto ID Infrastructure
AIIAutologic Information International
AIIAttachment Individual Identifier
AIIAutomated Invoice Interface (imports)
AIIAutomatique et Informatique Industrielle (French: Automation and Industrial Computing)
AIIAmerican Institute of Inspectors (Lower Lake, CA)
AIIASEAN Information Infrastructure
AIIActive Input Interface (used in UNI PMD specs for Copper/Fiber)
AIIAustralian Industry Involvement
AIIAtelier d'Image et d'Informatique (Computer graphics school, Paris, France)
AIIArea of Intelligence Interest
AIIAcceptance Inspection Instruction
AIIArmy Information Infrastructure
AIIArmy Intelligence Interpreter
AIIAlloys International, Inc. (Islandia, NY)
AIIAutomated Item Identification
AIIAutomation Image, Inc.
AIIAction-Inferring Interface
AIIAsset Inclusion Indicator
AIIAdvanced Interactive Interfaces
AIIAssured Information Infrastructure
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The issue is likely to come up again soon because the CoR will be hosting, on 23 May, the annual meeting of the Council of foreign ministers of the eight member countries of the Adriatic and Ionian Initiative (Greece, Italy, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia), which supports the creation of a macroregion.
The meeting's conclusions also praised the work of the Budapest Group, the Adriatic and Ionian Initiative, and the Migration and Asylum Initiative of the Stability Pact.Bilateral talks.A particular emphasis in the Troika's bilateral talks with the authorities in Belgrade and Sarajevo, was visa regimes with third countries, such as China.