buffer zone

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a neutral zone between two rival powers that is created in order to diminish the danger of conflict


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This resulted in the declaration of the divided capital Nicosia as 'Mine Free' and the return of farmland within the buffer zone to its owners, he noted.
We have prioritized the retagging of properties within the West Valley Fault buffer zone and the household survey to obtain accurate data for the effective implementation of our West Valley Fault marker installation project and to determine how many households would need relocation assistance from the city government,' Mayor Abby Binay said on Tuesday.
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This project will strengthen the sustainability of Dominicas PA system by developing a sustainable financial management plan, site specific management plan for Morne Trois Piton National Park, ensuring the legal establishment of a buffer zone for MTPNP, creating community atlases for local communities in and around the buffer zone thus establishing living landscapes.
Noting that the Americans didn't want Iraq to play any role to provide logistical support for the establishment of a buffer zone, he said that Baghdad and Washington know that the buffer zone is more a Turkish goal rather than being a target in the Syrian case.
In a statement, the department said this reminder comes amid the recent arrest of many citizens who were in the buffer zones without prior authorisation.
The Additional Advocate General Punjab informed the court that the provincial government had set up a buffer zone to protect Margalla Hills National Park where stone crushing was not allowed.
To comply with buffer zone regulations, a grower can sometimes set up a buffer zone outside the field, for example, if a field that needs treatment is surrounded by agricultural land that doesn't need treatment (fig.
116) While the Massachusetts buffer zone in McCullen may have been "truly exceptional," (117) legislatures and courts frequently use buffer zones to combat disruption in a variety of contexts, ranging from churches to ATMs.
The buffer zone is one of the security measures taken in North Sinai to counter insurgency in the peninsula which was witnessed at its peak in Sheikh Zuweid, Rafah and East Al-Arish.
On Saturday, the second stage of the Gaza buffer zone expansion started in the Egyptian side of Rafah border.
NNA - Russia on Thursday said that any plan to set up a buffer zone in Syria, as urged by Turkey, would need to be approved by the United Nations.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The US has said it has never ruled out Turkey's proposal of a buffer zone, a key demand by Ankara to protect Syrian refugees and bolster Turkey's borders, yet added that it is not considering the implementation at the moment.