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  • A USA-backed regional agreement whose member nations are Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, and Moldova.

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  • Azerbaijan, Moldova; formerly known as GUUAM before Uzbekistan withdrew in 5 May 2005 established - 7 June 2001 aim - commits the countries to cooperation and assistance in social and economic development, the strengthening and broadening of trade and economic relations, and the development and effective use of transport and communications, highways, and related infrastructure crossing the boundaries of the member states members - (4) Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine high income countries: another term for the industrialized countries with high per capita GDPs; see developed countries (DCs)

    The 2007 CIA World Factbook

  • This means no to NATO, no to reunification with Romania, some but not full cooperation with EU, continuing decline of GUUAM (cooperation body supported by US energy giants and military-industrial-complex) and frozen situation with separatist regions.

    Global Voices in English » Moldova: Overview of Blog Coverage of the Protests

  • Between 1999 and 2005, Uzbekistan was part of GUUAM, along with Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and Moldova.

    Proposed Regional Grouping a Non-Starter

  • With that in mind, GUUAM was formed in 1999 comprised of four post-Soviet Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova.

    Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky's America's War on Terrorism

  • GUUAM: note-acronym standing for the member countries, Georgia,

    The 2005 CIA World Factbook

  • GUUAM: note - acronym standing for the member countries, Georgia,

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • GUUAM: acronym for member states - Georgia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan,

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • Georgia: US-created, US-backed proxy On a more local basis, Anglo-American machinations across the GUUAM corridor have taken place for years under Bush/Cheney, from militarization, covert operations and destabilizations leading to regime changes (CIA-supported "colour-coded revolutions," manipulated elections), to the literal bottom-up construction of pro-US/transnational corporation-friendly "democracy" puppet governments, such as the Saakashvili regime.

    WN.com - Business News

  • GUUAM was dominated by Anglo-American oil interests, ultimately purports to exclude Russia from oil and gas deposits in the Caspian area, as well as isolating Moscow politically.

    - Latest Popular Stories, Instablogs Community

  • From 1999-2005, when Uzbekistan was a member, the organisation became GUUAM.

    openDemocracy

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