neighbourliness


Also found in: Dictionary.
Related to neighbourliness: neighborliness
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for neighbourliness

a disposition to be friendly and helpful to neighbors

References in periodicals archive ?
Turkey, he concluded, should realise that such practices are not helpful neither to good neighbourliness nor to its own image towards the EU.
Addressing the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York, Shaikh Khalid Bin Ahmad Al Khalifa charged that Iran had so far failed to reciprocate the goodwill policy adopted by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and Arab countries to promote stability, security, development and good neighbourliness in the region.
When I were a lad (and I'm sure you saw this coming), neighbourliness was unforced.
ASTANA (CyHAN)- The signing of a new Agreement on good neighbourliness and an alliance between Kazakhstan and Russia in the XXI century will be held this week in Russian city of Yekaterinburg, official spokesman for the Central Communications Service under the Kazakh President, Altai Abibullayev said on Monday.
He stressed the determination of the government to establish good neighbourliness with South Sudan State trough the full implementation of the package of the cooperation agreements signed between the two countries.
Factors where Birmingham performed badly in the survey, by property website Rightmove, included safety, neighbourliness and recreation.
The vilolation contravenes the principles of good neighbourliness, fuels tensions and destabilises the region, His Majesty King Hamad was quoted as saying in our sister publication the Gulf Daily News.
The FNC said it will spare no effort to substantiate the UAE's firm stance to end Iran's occupation either by direct negotiation according to a specific timetable or recoursing the dispute to the International Court of Justice so as to preserve the security and stability in the region and build normal fraternal relations based on calm, good neighbourliness and mutual understanding: "While condemning the hostile measures, the FNC affirms they run counter to the GCC peaceful stances and repeated calls and initiatives the UAE has made to put an end to the Iranian occupation of its islands in consistence with principles of the international law, historic and friendly bonds and mutual interests.
Consequently, we gravely urge the Islamic Republic of Iran to promptly comply with the International norms and Laws that oblige Iran to respect the principles of good neighbourliness and to refrain from the interference in the internal affairs of other States," the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
MANAMA: Bahrain yesterday urged Iran to respect international norms and laws that oblige it to respect the principles of good neighbourliness.
At Westminster Hall, the Queen said the commemoration of her 60 years on the throne was a chance "to come together in a spirit of neighbourliness and celebration".
The Welsh seaside town, known as the Queen of Welsh resorts, was ranked sixth in the top 10 places in the UK, in a survey which took into account factors such as recreation, value and neighbourliness.
No one had much but everyone was the same and neighbourliness was a reality as natural as life itself.
Brussels - The European Union has commended Morocco's "valuable" contribution to the review of the European neighbourliness policy, which, it said, attests to the Kingdom's willingness to positively participate in the reflection process on the future of this policy.
Community and neighbourhood-scale plans, led by local people and community groups, can and do create high-quality, affordable and popular places for people to live, raise families and renew neighbourliness which in turn help diminish, if not abolish, a range of social problems.