EEBCEthiopia-Eritrea Boundary Commission (UN)
EEBCEritrean-Ethiopian Boundary Commission (UN)
EEBCEnvironmental Educators of British Columbia
EEBCEast European Broadband Convention
EEBCEngineering Employee Benefits Committee (IEEE PACE)
EEBCEast of England Brokerage Consortium (UK)
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In a statement on Friday, the Ethiopian foreign ministry said Sudan and Djibouti expressed "their strong support" to the Government of Ethiopia in its recent commitment to fully accept and implement the EEBC decision.
Eritrea holds that the border issue is closed, since the EEBC has demarcated it through virtual demarcation, Ethiopia is simply occupying sovereign territory; while Ethiopia rejects virtual demarcation calling it a "legal nonsense." (3) The failure of the guarantors to compel Ethiopia to allow the physical demarcation of the border led to no war-no peace situation, which contribute to variety of crisis one of which is refugee crisis.
In this section, we give the assumptions and formally define the problems we need to solve, followed by a simple example of the EEBC to briefly describe this problem.
Para a obtencao das fracoes semipurifi cadas (FS), o EEBC e EEBF foram fracionados atraves do processo de particao liquido-liquido com solventes de polaridade crescente, hexano e acetato de etila, em funil de decantacao, visando a uma semipurifi cacao das substancias atraves da sua polaridade.
The Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission (EEBC / the Commission) was established in 2000 pursuant to the Algiers Agreement--the culmination of a lengthy negotiation process designed to put an end to the hostilities that broke out in the region from May 1998 to June 2000.
On July 20, the EEBC sent a letter to the Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) offering to meet with the Security Council if the latter believed this to be useful.
The war between neighboring countries Eritrea and Ethiopia has come to closure when the "EEBC" Eritrea Ethiopia Border Commission ruled the boundary that divides the two countries.
A five-member independent international commission--the Eritrea Ethiopia Boundary Commission (EEBC)--issued a decision in April 2002 delimiting the border.
"The accusation is purely fabricated to divert and deflect the attention of the international community from giving undivided attention to Ethiopia's illegal occupation of sovereign Eritrean territory including the town of Badme in violation of the UN Charter and the Eritrea Ethiopia Boundary Commission (EEBC) Final and Binding 2002 Delimitation Decision and 2007 Demarcation Decision" he said.