convene en Japonés

Pronunciación
(動) 招集する; 開かれる, 開催される; 会合する

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The U.S. president convened an emergency G7 meeting on Monday to coordinate the response to be taken concerning Russia’s behaviour towards Ukraine.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The interim Ukrainian President, Olexander Turchinov, convened a crisis meeting of the National Security Council in Kiev on Saturday night.
(Source: Voice of America)
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The WHO announced the convening of its ethics committee next week, to discuss the use of an experimental treatment for the Ebola virus.
(Source: Voice of America)
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For his part, President Vladimir Putin said he would not accept the language of sanctions and threats from the West, and that Crimea would be welcomed as part of Russia, if the referendum convened for March 16 is approved by its inhabitants.
(Voice of America)
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The prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, convened a meeting on Tuesday with his Council of Ministers, to develop an organic law enabling the succession to the Crown.
(Voice of America)
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The Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko convened an emergency meeting of his defence and security chiefs, and said that although the country “needs peace,” the “terrorists will receive an appropriate response.”
(Voice of America)
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One of the reasons for convening for an informal exchange of views is to explore exactly those kinds of questions.
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There is no provision, however, for the additional requirements related to the convening of two split sessions.
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This conference, convened at the invitation of Kyrgyzstan, was jointly organized by the OSCE and UN ODCCP.
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This session, Judge Dee announced, is convened to prove that the cotton dealer Loo Ming was foully murdered.
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Sinónimos

1. convoke: call together, summon, call for
2. assemble: muster, rally, gather, meet, collect, troop, congregate



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