Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
In the middle of that kind, good-neighbourly trip, North Korea decided to carry out its nuclear test.
Macedonia should also be commended for keeping good-neighbourly relations both with Kosovo and Serbia.
Treaties on good-neighbourly relations and on co-operation and mutual assistance between government ministries were also finalized.
Konstantin Morozov, exchanged visits on Jan. 14 and 27-28, to discuss security issues and a future treaty on good-neighbourly relations.
Neutralisation in this context was understood as non-participation in military groupings and alliances, and the conduct of a policy based on good-neighbourly relations with all states.
Tian and a Soviet counterpart, Igor Rogachev, reaffirmed their commitment to developing "good-neighbourly and friendly relations".
Kosovo and Macedonia have signed a Free Trade Agreement in 2005 to facilitate trade opportunities, investment conditions and improve good-neighbourly relations.
What we need for the coming decade is above all a differentiated strategy for intensive good-neighbourly relations that is not linked with any statement about the question of accession.
Enhanced cooperation and good-neighbourly relations between the European Union and Russia are of major importance for stability, security and prosperity for Europe and beyond.
Society of Irakli II is a Georgian non-government organisation established in January 2009, aiming at restoring good-neighbourly relations between Russia and Georgia.
But the EU has insisted, under strong German pressure that Serbia must establish "good-neighbourly relations" with its former province after a series of bitter and sometimes violent border disputes.
We are asking India to change its attitude and to soften its 'no' stance at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as a tangible sign of good-neighbourly relations.
The third and best possibility is good-neighbourly relations between the eight Member States from the Baltic Sea region and Russia, which naturally does not rule out the involvement of other countries.
On May 6 the two Prime Ministers signed a treaty of friendship, good-neighbourly relations, co-operation and security [see p. 38830 for reported signing of Bulgarian-Turkish defence agreement in March].
President Karzai's commitment at the 2 December Bonn II Conference to form an Afghan National Army is a welcome step forward, as is the recent signing of the Kabul Declaration on good-neighbourly relations.
The two nations agreed to "develop normal good-neighbourly relations" and to "reaffirm the inviolability now and in the future of the border existing between them", as well as resolving that "neither of the two States can represent the other".
The Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC) aims to ensure peace, stability and prosperity by encouraging friendly and good-neighbourly relations among the 12 state members, located mainly in the Black Sea region.
Mr President, Mr President-in-Office, Commissioner, the process of enlarging the European Union by 10 new Member States is not yet complete, and yet we are already talking about a still larger Europe in future, a good-neighbourly Europe.
Nakhodka deputy mayor Boris Gladkikh for his part noted good-neighbourly relations between the DPRK and the Primorsky Territory, stressed a significant role played in this sphere by the North Korean Consulate General in Nakhodka.
The summit meeting that was recently held in Lahore between the prime ministers of India and Pakistan gives reason to hope that both sides are seriously endeavouring to establish good-neighbourly relations, which could also improve the prospects for peace in Jammu and Kashmir.
It came into existence as a model of multilateral political and economic initiative aimed at fostering interaction and harmony among the Member States, as well as to ensure peace, stability and prosperity encouraging friendly and good-neighbourly relations in the Black Sea region.
It is our task and duty to encourage the political leaders in Kosovo to assume their responsibilities and to create democratic political institutions which respect the rights and freedoms of all citizens in the context of a multiethnic Kosovo which lives in good-neighbourly relations with its neighbours.