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Synonyms for Iceland

a volcanic island in the North Atlantic near the Arctic Circle

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The Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Iceland in Pakistan, Saad Mahmood, talks to SouthAsia Magazine on the longstanding relations between the two peoples.
Meanwhile, member of the Prize jury and founder and chairman of Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson and His Excellency Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, president of the Republic of Iceland and chairman of the jury have filmed compelling 'call to action videos' for the Global High Schools and remaining categories to inspire a higher number of quality submissions to the 2015 Prize.
I have great pleasure in extending to you my warm congratulations on your appointment as the Prime Minister of the Republic of Iceland," President Rajapaksa said in his message to Prime Minister Sigmundur Davio Gunnlaugsson.
Oafur Ragnar Grimsson, President of the Republic of Iceland, said that inspired by Shaikh Zayed, Abu Dhabi has become a centre for global dialogue on renewable energy and a sustainable future.
The Republic of Iceland is planning to launch a bond sale and has hired banks to arrange investor meetings ahead of the issuance.
Acting on behalf of the Republic of Iceland, the Central Bank of Iceland has repaid EUR225m.
ambassador of his country to the Republic of Iceland.
His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said has also sent a cable of greetings to President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson of the Republic of Iceland on the occasion of his country's National Day.
Article Three of the decree appoints Dr Zainab bint Ali bin Said Al Qasmiyah, the SultanateEoee1/4eaos ambassador to Germany as the SultanateEoee1/4eaos extraordinary and plenipotentiary non-resident ambassador to the Republic of Iceland and the Swiss Confederation.
Contrast this with the Republic of Iceland which is in a similar predicament to Ireland after its banks destroyed their economy.
Mr Grimsson said: "It is the cornerstone of the constitutional structure of the Republic of Iceland that the people are the supreme judge of the validity of the law.
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