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tri·lat·er·al

(tri-lat'ĕr-ăl),
Having three sides.
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trilateral

(trī-lăt′ĕr-ăl) [″ + L. latus, side]
Having three sides.
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There has been conjecture as to whether Iraq will be included in either the trilateral cooperation of Cyprus, Greece and Jordan, or in the three-way synergy of Cyprus, Greece and Egypt.
He went on to reveal that France has been invited to attend on an ad hoc basis the next planned trilateral summit -- between Cyprus, Greece and Egypt.
But asked what the agenda would be in the upcoming trilateral, he declined to elaborate.
The post Trilateral summits 'not designed to isolate Turkey', Cyprus says appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
As reported in the February 8, 1980 New York Times, the former California governor pointed out that "19 key members of the administration are or have been members of the Trilateral Commission." Pressed by reporters to support his charge, Reagan named Carter, Mondale, Vance, Brown and 15 others.
Evidently no longer concerned about David Rockefeller's creation, Reagan had already chosen Trilateral veteran George H.W.
At the beginning of the new millennium, Brzezinski saw the original Trilateral areas expanded to include "more advanced countries." Representatives from many other nations in Europe were tapped, adding to the original nine European nations (UK, Germany, France, Denmark, Belgium, Italy, Norway, Ireland and the Netherlands).