MNNAMajor Non-NATO Ally
MNNAMalaysian National News Agency
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The focus of the bill, however, is on revoking the MNNA status, which was granted to Pakistan in 2004 by then President George W.
EC moins que les Eetats-Unis veuillent faire fructifier leurs investissements en matiere de securite et de statut MNNA octroye a la Tunisie pour encourager les investissements reciproques en matiere de gouvernance, ces groupes continueront a incuber et a rentrer dans les graces des jeunes desenchantes pour en faire des combattants etrangers, avec des effets nefastes sur la securite globale de la Tunisie.
"MNNA status sends a strong signal of our support for Tunisia's decision to join the world's democracies," reads the note.
As In June 2004 President Bush declared Pakistan to be a Major Non-NATO Ally (MNNA) of the United States.
MNNA status is significant, granting critical benefits in the areas of foreign aid and defence cooperation.
MNNA designation paves the way for enhanced defence cooperation between the two countries.
167 Qudssia Akhlaque, "Pakistan eligible for ant-terror technology: MNNA status".
In March 2002, President Bush (Presidential Determination 2002-10) designated Bahrain a "major non-NATO ally (MNNA)," a designation that qualifies Bahrain to purchase the same U.S.
In addition, Italian TIEA was inked by His Excellency Pasquale Terracciano, Italian Ambassador in London, and the TIEA with the Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho was inked by Mrs Mnna Mapetja, the Acting High Commissioner of the Kingdom of Lesotho in the United Kingdom.
The United States awarded the Philippines the status of Major Non-NATO Ally (MNNA) in 2003, provided increased military assistance and welcomed the small contingent of Philippine troops in Iraq.
Congressmen have introduced a bill revoking Pakistan's status as a major non-NATO ally (MNNA), saying Islamabad's "treachery" has led to the deaths of too many American citizens.
In 1996, the United States granted Jordan Major non-NATO Ally (MNNA) status, a designation that, among other things, makes Jordan eligible to receive excess U.S.