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Saturday, November 28, 2009

ကၽြန္ေတာ္တို ့ၿမန္မာႏိုင္ငံေတာ္ႀကီးပါဝင္ပတ္သက္မႈ၇ွိတဲ့
အဖဲြ ့အစည္းမ်ားႏွင့္ စာခ်ဳပ္စာတမ္းမ်ားကိုေဖၚၿပေပးခဲ့ၿပီးပါၿပီ။
ဒါကေတာ့၇ွိ၇ွိသမွ်ေသာ အၿပည္ၿပည္ဆိုင္၇ာ အဖဲြ ့အစည္းမ်ားႏွင့္ စာခ်ဳပ္စာတမ္းမ်ားၿဖစ္ပါတယ္။
၂ခုယွဥ္ႀကည့္လို ့၇ေအာင္ေဖၚၿပေပးလိုက္တာၿဖစ္ပါတယ္။
ဗဟုတုသတိုးႀကပါေစဗ်ာ ... ။

Abbreviation
Organization or Agreement
ABEDA
Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa; Banque Arabe de Developpement 
Économique en Afrique (BADEA), est. 18 Feb 1974
AC
Arctic Council, est. 18 Sep 1996
ACC
Arab Cooperation Council, est. Feb 1989, inactive from 1991, dissolved 1994 (Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and North Yemen).
ACCT
Agency for the French-Speaking Community; est. 1970, from Dec 1998 OIF.
ACP
African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group of States, est. 1975
ACS
Association of Caribbean States; Asociación de Estados del Caribe, est.24 Jul 1994.
ACTO
Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization; Organización del Tratado de Cooperación Amazónica (OTCA), est. 1995.
ADB
Asian Development Bank, est. 1966
AfDB
African Development Bank; Banque Africaine de Developpement (BAD), est. 1964
AFESD
Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, est. 16 May 1968
AG
Australia Group, est. Jun 1985 (also abbreviation of the Andean Group 1969-1992): (41 members)
AL
Arab League, also known as League of Arab States (LAS), est. 1945
ALADI
see Latin American Integration Association (LAIA)
AMF
Arab Monetary Fund, est. 2 Feb 1977
AMU
Arab Maghreb Union, est. 1989
ANT
Antarctic Treaty, est. 1961
ANZUS
Australia-New Zealand-United States Security Treaty, est.1951
(US suspended security obligations to NZ on 11 Aug 1986).
APEC
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, est 1989
APM
(Anti-Personnel Mine Convention/Mine-Ban Convention) Convention on the Prohibition 
of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on Their Destruction, est. 1 Mar 1999.
ARF
ASEAN Regional Forum, est. 25 Jul 1994
AsDB
see: ADB (Asian Development Bank)
ASEAN
Association of Southeast Asian Nations, est 1967
AU
African Union, est. 2001, formerly OAU 1963-2001.
BA
Baltic Assembly, est. 12 May 1990
BAFTA
Baltic Free Trade Area, 1 Apr 1994 - 1 May 2004 (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania).
BCIE
Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI);
Banco Centroamericano de Integracion Economico, est. 31 May 1961
BDEAC
Central African States Development Bank; Banque de Developpement 
des Etats de l'Afrique Centrale, est. 3 Dec 1975.
Benelux
Benelux Economic Union, (Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands), est. 1958
BIMSTEC
Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multisectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation,
est. Jun 1997.
BIS
Bank for International Settlements, est. 17 Mar 1930
BSEC
Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organization, est. 25 Jun 1992
BTWC
Biological (Biologic) and Toxin Weapons Convention, est. 26 Mar 1975.
C
The Commonwealth, formerly the known as the British Commonwealth, est. 1931
CACM
Central American Common Market, est. 13 Dec 1960, collapsed 1969, reinstated in 1991.
CAEC
Central Asian Economic Cooperation, est.1994 as Central Asian Economic Union,
in 1998 CAEC, from 2002 named Organization of Central Asian Cooperation (OCAC);
in 2005 CAEC merged into EAEC.
CAEU
Council of Arab Economic Unity, est. 3 Jun 1957; effective 30 May 1964.
CAFTA
Central American Free Trade Agreement, est. 25 Aug 2005.
CAN
Andean Community of Nations, Comunidad Andina de Naciones (CAN), formerly
known as the Andean Group (AG)  est. 1969 and Andean Common Market (Ancom), as CAN from 1992.
CAP
Central American Parliament; Parlamento Centroamericano (a.k.a. Parlacen), est. 1991
Caricom
Caribbean Community and Common Market, est. 1973
CBSS
Council of the Baltic Sea States, est. 6 Mar 1992
CCC
Customs Cooperation Council, est. 15 Dec 1950 - 1994, from 1994 WCO.
CDB
Caribbean Development Bank, est. 2 Jan 1970
CE
Council of Europe, est. 1949
CEEAC
Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS);  Communauté Économique des Etats d’Afrique Centrale (CEEAC) est.18 Oct 1983, inactive 1992-1999.
CEFTA
Central European Free Trade Agreement, est. Jul 1994, re-founded 1 May 2007
CEI
Central European Initiative, est. 11 Nov 1989 (Quadrilateral Initiative 1989-91, 27 July 1991 became the Hexagonal Initiative, present name was adopted Jul 1992).
CEMAC
Monetary and Economic Community of Central Africa, Communauté Économique et Monétaire de l'Afrique Centrale (CEMAC); formerly 1 Jan 1966 -16 Mar 1994 Central African Customs and Economic Union (UDEAC).
CEN-SAD
Community of Sahelo-Saharan States; Communauté des Etats Sahélo-Sahariens,
est. 4 Feb 1998.
CENTO
Central Treaty Organization, also know as Middle East Treaty Organization or MENTO
1955-1979.
CEPGL
Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries; Communauté Économique 
des Pays des Grands Lacs (CEPGL), est. 20 Sep 1976, collapsed 1998, reactivated in 2006.
CERN
European Organization for Nuclear Research; Organisation Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire, 1952-29 Sep 1954 as Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (European Council for Nuclear Research) (CERN), est. 29 Sep 1954.
CFE
Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), signed 19 Nov. 1990, entered into force 17 Jul 1992.
CIS
Commonwealth of Independent States, est. 1991
CMA
Common Monetary Area or Common Monetary Area, est.1986, replaced the
(South African) Rand Monetary Area.
CMEA
Council for Mutual Economic Assistance; also known as Comecon
1949-1 Jan 1991, members: Afghanistan (observer), Albania, Angola (observer), Bulgaria, Cuba,
Czechoslovakia, Ethiopia (observer), East Germany, Hungary, Laos (observer), Mongolia, Mozambique
(observer), Nicaragua (observer), Poland, Romania, USSR, Vietnam, South Yemen (observer), 
Yugoslavia (associate) .
COCOM
Coordinating Committee on Export Controls; 1949-31 Mar 1994 (members: Australia,
Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, West Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, 
Norway, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, U.K., U.S.). COCOM members established a new organization, the Wassenaar Arrangement, with expanded membership on 12 Jul 1996 that focuses on non-proliferation export controls as opposed to East-West control of advanced technology.
COMESA
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, est. 8 Dec 1994; formerly PTA
CP
Colombo Plan, est. 1951
CPLP
Community of Portuguese Language CountriesComunidade dos Países de Língua Portuguesa (CPLP), est. 1996
CSCE
Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe; from 1 Jan 1995 OSCE
CSN
South American Community of Nations; Comunidad Sudamericana de Naciones/
Comunidade Sul-Americana de Nações (CSN),  est. 8 Dec 2004, name changed
16 Apr 2007 to Union of South American Nations (Unión de Naciones Suramericanas/União Sul-Americana de Nações) (UNASUR).
CSTO
Collective Security Treaty Organization, est. 7 Oct 2002; formerly CIS Collective
Security Treaty.
CTBT
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, opened for signature 24 Sep 1996
(not yet in force).
CTBTO
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization, preparatory commission for CTBT established 17 Mar 1997 .
CWC
Chemical Weapons Convention, est. 29 Apr 1997.
D-8 
Developing Eight (Muslim states), est.15 Jun 1997.
DBSA
Development Bank of Southern Africa, est. 30 Jun 1983, reconstituted 1997.
DC
Danube Commission est.18 Aug 1948.
DLU
Dutch Language Union, Nederlandse Taalunie (NTU), est. 1980 - effective 1 Apr 1984.
EAC
East African Community, est. 1967, dissolved 1977, reactivated 1996.
EADB
East African Development Bank, est. 1 Dec 1967
EAEC
Eurasian Economic Community, "Eurasec" est. 2001
EAPC
Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council; began as the North Atlantic Cooperation Council (NACC), est. 8 Nov 1991.
EAS
East Asia Summit with ASEAN, est.14 Dec 2005
EBRD
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, est. 1991
ECO
Economic Cooperation Organization, est. 1985
ECOWAS
Economic Community of West African States; Communauté Économique des Etats de l’Afrique de l’Ouest (CEDEAO), est. 1975
ECOSA
Economic Community of Southern Africa  21 Nov 1988 - 26 Apr 1994
(Bophuthaswana, Ciskei, South Africa, Transkei and Venda).
EFTA
European Free Trade Association, est. 1960
EIB
European Investment Bank, est .1 Jan 1958
ENMOD
Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques (Environmental Modification Treaty), est. 5 Oct 1978.
EMU
Economic and Monetary Union (also called European Economic and Monetary Union,
or European Monetary Union).
ESA
European Space Agency, est. 31 May 1975
EU
European Union, evolved from the European Community (EC), est. 1958, EU from 1993.
EURASEC
see Eurasian Economic Community (EAEC)
FAO
Food and Agriculture Organization, est. 1945
FZ
Franc Zone, est. 1964.
G-3
Group of 3, est. Sep 1990
G-5
Group of 5, est. 22 Sep 1985
G-6
Group of 6, also known as Groupe des Six Sur le Desarmement, est. 22 May 1984
G-8
Group of 8, est. Oct 1975
G-9
Group of 9
G-10
Group of 10, also known as the Paris Club, est. Oct 1962
G-11
Group of 11, also known as the Cartagena Group, est. Jun 1984
G-15
Group of 15, est. Sep 1989
G-19
Group of 19 (held several sessions 1975-1977)
G-20
Group of 20 of industrial nations, which superseded the Group of 33, which had itself superseded the G22, est. 26 Sep 1999;  and also known as the G-20 of developing nations; est. Sep 2003 also variously called G-21.
G-24
Group of 24, est. 1 Aug 1989
G-30
Group of 30, est. 1978
G-33
Group of 33, superseded the Group of 22 in 11 Mar 1999.
G-77
Group of 77, est. 15 Jun 1964
GAFTA
Greater Arab Free Trade Area, signed 19 Feb 1997, effected 1 Jan 2005.
GATT
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; est. 1948, from 1 Jan 1995 WTO
GCC
Gulf Cooperation Council, also known as the Cooperation Council for the 
Arab States of the Gulf, est. 1981
GCTU
General Confederation of Trade Unions, est. 16 Apr 1992
GUAM
Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova group of states GUUAM est. 10 Oct 1997; Uzbekistan  withdrew in 5 May 2005, from then named GUAM.; from 22 May 2006 renamed GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development.
IADB
Inter-American Development Bank; Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), est. 1959
IAEA
International Atomic Energy Agency, est. 1957
IBEC
International Bank for Economic Cooperation, Oct 1963-1992;
(members: Bulgaria, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Mongolia,
Poland, Romania, USSR, Vietnam)
IBRD
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, also known as 
the World Bank, est. 1945
ICAO
International Civil Aviation Organization, est. 1947
ICC
International Chamber of Commerce, est. 23 Jun 1920.
ICCt
International Criminal Court, est. 2002
ICFTU
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, 7 Dec 1949-31 Oct 2006; from 3 Nov 2006, ITUC.
ICJ
International Court of Justice also called the World Court;  formerly PCIJ (1922-1946)
ICPC
International Criminal Police Commission; from 1956 
International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol)
ICRC
International Committee of the Red Cross
ICRM
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, began in 1863, formally from 1928.
ICSID
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, est. 14 Oct 1966.
IDA
International Development Association, est. 1960
IDB
Islamic Development Bank, est. 1976
IEA
International Energy Agency, est. 15 Nov 1974
IFAD
International Fund for Agricultural Development, est. 1974
IFC
International Finance Corporation, est. 24 Jul 1956
IFCTU
International Federation of Christian Trade Unions (1920-1968), from 4 Oct 1968 WCL.
IFRCS
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; 1919-1991  LORCS
IGAD
Inter-Governmental Authority on Development, formerly  Inter-Governmental Authority on Drought and Development (IGADD), est. 1986.
IHO
International Hydrographic Organization; 1921 - 22 Sep1970 International Hydrographic Bureau (IHB), est.1921.
IIB
International Investment Bank, 1970-1992;
(members: Bulgaria, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, 
USSR, Vietnam).
ILO
International Labor Organization, est. 1919
IMF
International Monetary Fund, est. 1945
IMO
International Maritime Organization (from 1982), 1958-1982 Intergovernmental 
Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO).
IMO
International Meteorological Organization. est. 1873, renamed 1947 World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
IMSO
International Mobile Satellite Organization; abbreviated as Inmarsat to 15 Apr 1999.
Inmarsat
International Mobile Satellite Organization, est. 16 Jul 1979;
IMSO from 15 Apr 1999 (Inmarsat continues as a private company).
InOC
Indian Ocean Commission; Commission de l'Océan Indien (COI), est. 1982
Intelsat
International Telecommunications Satellite Organization, est. 20 Aug 1964;
ITSO from 18 Jul 2001 (Intelsat continues as a private company).
Interpol
International Criminal Police Organization; formerly International Criminal Police Commission (ICPC) (1923-1956)
Intersputnik
International Organization of Space Communications, est.15 Nov 1971, formerly named International Organization and System of Space Communications 1971-20 Sep 1976.
IOC
International Olympic Committee
IOM
International Organization for Migration; 1952-1980 Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM); 1980-1989 Intergovernmental Committee for 
Migration (ICM).
IPU
Inter-Parliamentary Union; formerly named Inter-Parliamentary Bureau for 
Permanent Arbitration 1892-1922.
IsDB
see: IDB (Islamic Development Bank)
ISESCO
Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, est. May 1982.
ISO
International Standards Organization or International Organization for Standardization
(members, subscribers and correspondents), est. Feb 1947; formerly the
International Federation of the National Standardizing Associations (ISA) 1926-1942.
ITSO
International Telecommunications Satellite Organization;
abbreviated as Intelsat until 18 Jul 2001.
ITU
International Telecommunication Union, est. 1865
ITUC
International Trade Union Confederation, est. 3 Nov 2006, formerly ICFTU and WCL
(representing 305 member unions in 153 countries).
KP
Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change (UNFCC), est. 11 Dec 1997
LAES
Latin American and Caribbean Economic System; Sistema Economico Latinoamericano y del Caribe (SELA), est. 17 Oct 1975
LAIA
Latin American Integration Association; Asociacion Latinoamericana de 
Integracion (ALADI), est. 18 Mar 1981
LAP
Latin American Parliament (Parlatino); Parlamento Latinoamericano, est.1965.
LORCS
League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (1919-1991); from 1991 IFRCS
LU
Latin Union; Unión Latina; Union Latine; Unione Latina; União Latina; 
Uniunea Latin; Unió Llatina; est. 1954.
Mercosur
Southern Cone Common Market; Mercado Comun del Cono Sur, est. 1991
MIGA 
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency; est.12 Apr 1988
MTCR
Missile Technology Control Regime, est. 16 Apr 1987
NAFTA
North American Free Trade Agreement; est. 17 Dec 1992
NAM
Non-Aligned Movement, est. 1961
NATO
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, est. 1949
NC
Nordic Council, est. 1953
NEA
Nuclear Energy Agency, also known as OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, est. 1 Feb 1958
NIB
Nordic Investment Bank, est. 1 Jun 1976
NPT
Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, est. 5 Mar 1970
NSG
Nuclear Suppliers Group, also known as the London Suppliers Group, est. 1975 (46 members)
NTBT
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty; in full the Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapon Tests
in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space and Under Water, also called the Limited
Test Ban Treaty (LTBT), est. 10 Oct 1963.
OAPEC
Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries, est. 9 Jan 1968
OAS
Organization of American States; 1910-1948  as Pan-American Union.
OAU
Organization of African Unity; est. 1963, from 9 Jul 2002 African Union (AU)
OCAM
Organisation Commune Africaine et Mauricienne; 1960-1965 as
Organisation Africain et Malagache de Coopération Economique (OAMCE)
(dissolved 1985).
ODECA
Organization of Central American States, 1951-1973; Organización de Estados
Centroamericanos (ODECA)

OECD
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 1948-1961 named
Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC)
OECS 
Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, est. 1981
OIC
Organization of the Islamic Conference, est. 1969
OIF 
International Organization of the Francophonie; Organisation Internationale
du Francophonie (OIF); 1970 - Dec 1998 as ACCT.
OPANAL
Organization for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and
the Caribbean; Organismo para la Proscripcion de las Armas Nucleares
en la America Latina y el Caribe (OPANAL), est. 25 Apr 1969.
OPCW
Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, est. 1997
OPEC
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, est. 1960
OSCE
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe; 1973-1 Jan 1995 CSCE
OTCA
see ACTO
Parlacen
Central American Parliament: see under CAP.
Parlatino
Latin American Parliament: see under LAP.
PC
Pacific Community, to 6 Feb1997 SPC
PCA
Permanent Court of Arbitration, est. 29 Jul 1899
PCIJ
Permanent Court of International Justice (1922-1946), from 1946 ICJ
PFP
NATO Partnership for Peace, est. 10 Jan 1994
PIF
Pacific Islands Forum, to 27 Oct 2000 SPF
PTA
Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern Africa (1981-1994),
from 8 Dec 1994 COMESA.
RCD
Regional Cooperation for Development, 1962-1979 (Iran, Pakistan, Turkey), in1985
suceeded by ECO.
RG
Rio Group, formerly known as Grupo de los Ocho, est. 1988
SAARC
South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, est. 1985
SACEP
South Asia Co-operative Environment Program, est. 1983
SACU
Southern African Customs Union, est. 11 Dec 1969
SADC
Southern African Development Community, est. 1992, founded as Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC) in 1980.
SCO
Shanghai Cooperation Organization, est. 2001
SEATO
South East Asia Treaty Organization, 1955-1977
SECI
Southeast European Cooperative Initiative, est. 6 Dec 1996
SECOSAF
Secretariat for Multilateral Cooperation in Southern Africa, Nov 1982 - 1994
(Bophuthatswana, Ciskei, South Africa, Transkei and Venda).
SECP
Southeast European Cooperation Process, est. 6 Jul 1996
SEGIB
Ibero-American Cooperation SecretariatSecretaría de Cooperación
Iberoamericana (SEGIB), est. 2005
SELA
see: Latin American Economic System (LAES)
SICA
Central American Integration System (CAIS); Sistema de la Integración Centroamericana (SICA), est. 13 Dec 1991.
signatory
indicates that country has signed agreement or treaty, but has not ratified it.
SPC
South Pacific Commission; from 6 Feb 1997 Pacific Community
SPF
South Pacific Forum; from 27 Oct 2000 Pacific Islands Forum (PIF)
UDEAC
Central African Customs and Economic Union; Union Douanière et Économique
de l'Afrique Centrale; est. 1 Jan1966, from 16 Mar 1994 CEMAC.
UIBPIP
United International Bureau for the Protection of Intellectual Property (1892-1953), also known by French abbreviation "BIRPI"; from 1970 WIPO.
UN
United Nations, est. 1945
UNASUR
Union of South American Nations (Unión de Naciones Suramericanas/
União de Nações Sul-Americanas
) , est. 16 Apr 2007, effected 23 May 2008 as successor to CSN.
UNCLOS
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, est. 10 Dec 1982, entered into
force 16 Nov 1994.
UNCTAD
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, est. 30 Dec 1964
UNDP
United Nations Development Programme, est. 22 Nov 1965; from 1965 - 1985 United Nations Industrial Development Program (UNIDP).
UNEP
United Nations Environment Programme, est. 15 Dec 1972
UNESCO
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, est. 1946
UNFCC
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, est. 21 Mar 1994
UNFPA
United Nations Population Fund, (36 members selected on a rotating basis from all regions), est. Jul 1967
UNHCR
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees; signatories to 28 Jul 1951 Convention
on the Status of Refugees.
UNICEF
United Nations Children's Fund, est. 1946
UNIDO
United Nations Industrial Development Organization, est. 1967
UNIDP
United Nations Industrial Development Programme, 1966 - 1985; from 1985 UNDP.
UNRWA
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East,
est. 8 Dec 1949
UNWTO
World Tourism Organization, est. 1975, to1 Dec 2005 abbreviated WToO.
UN
Security
Council
United Nations Security Council permanent members, est. 24 Oct 1945
UPU
Universal Postal Union, est. 9 Oct 1874
WADB
West African Development Bank; Banque Ouest-Africaine de Developpement
(BOAD), est. 14 Dec 1973
WAEMU
West African Economic and Monetary Union; Union Économique et Monetaire 
Ouest Africaine (UEMOA), est. 1 Aug 1994
WCL
World Confederation of Labor; until 4 Oct 1968 International Federation of Christian
Trade Unions (IFCTU), 9 Jun 1920-31 Oct 2006; from 3 Nov 2006, ITUC
WCO
World Customs Organization, est. 15 Dec 1950 as CCO, renamed WCO 1994.
WEU
Western European Union, est. 1955
WFC
World Food Council, Dec 1974 - 1996, functions absorbed by FAO and WFP.
WFP
World Food Program (36 members selected on a rotating basis from all regions), est. 1961
WFTU
World Federation of Trade Unions, est. 3 Oct 1945
WHO
World Health Organization, est. 1948
WIPO
World Intellectual Property Organization, est. 1970
WMO
World Meteorological Organization, est. 1947;  formerly 1873-1947 as International Meteorological Organization (IMO).
WP
Warsaw Pact, also known as Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO), 1955-1991.
WTO
World Trade Organization (abbreviation of Warsaw Treaty Organization 1955-1991)
WToO
World Tourism Organization, est. 1975, from 1 Dec 2005 abbreviated UNWTO.
ZC
Zangger Committee, created to establish guidelines for the export control provisions of
the Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation  Treaty (NPT), est. 1971/74 (37 members)

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