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to accept officially

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approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation

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6 for 2018 ratifying an agreement with Prague on avoidance of double taxation and prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on incomes.
He issued Decree No 80 of 2017, ratifying a cooperation agreement in the fields of standardisation, metrology, certification and accreditation between the governments of Qatar and Turkmenistan, which was signed in Doha on March 15, 2017.
Aside from Illinois, there have been few signs that any of those states are on the verge of ratifying the ERA.
He also congratulated the business community on ratifying the law-decree on the BCCI.
The letter noted that a group of people has sent a petition to the President against ratifying the Bill.
Ratifying the convention would "reaffirm our commitment to fully implementing U.
Countries ratifying the agreement must join international organizations to monitor fish stocks and abide by their regulations.
The Kyoto Protocol commits ratifying countries to reduce their greenhouse-gas emissions, by 2012, to 5 percent below their 1990 emissions.
Having worked as hard as we did to negotiate a deal that offers our members the largest total economic package in guild history, it is particularly gratifying to see the strong support of our members in ratifying the agreements,'' DGA President Michael Apted said in a statement.
Although presidential economic adviser Andrei Illarionov has fiercely opposed ratifying the pact, Putin vowed to speed up the ratification process in May in return for the European Union's support of Russia's bid to join the World Trade Organisation.
The Ukrainian Parliament (Verkhovna Rada) gave the green light on February 4 to ratifying the Kyoto Protocol on reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, based on a draft law presented by Minister of the Environment, Sergei Polyakov.
Senate considered ratifying the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).
The second element of the International Bill of Rights--specific agreements that are binding on the ratifying countries--came into existence as four documents: the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights; the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; and two optional protocols to the latter.
Nato Secretary-General Javier Solana has urged member countries to speed up the process of ratifying new members to be ready to receive them in 1999.