Käännökset & esimerkit
Abidjan on muuttunut, ja jäsen Kinnock vertasi sitä Kinshasaan.
Käännökset & esimerkit
Abidjan has changed and Mrs Kinnock compared it to Kinshasa.
Esimerkkejä "Abidjan"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
Nämä lauseet ovat otettu käyttäen lisälähteitä ja voivat olla epätarkkoja. bab.la ei ole vastuussa niiden sisällöstä.
EnglishThis laissez-faire attitude is criminal, and the dead of Abidjan are its victims.
EnglishWhatever happens, the chaos in Abidjan will last for several months.
EnglishAbidjan has changed and Mrs Kinnock compared it to Kinshasa.
EnglishThere are now three tuna canneries in the port of Abidjan which process tuna for the European market.
EnglishWhy have they been used to block the Abidjan Port Authority's export of cocoa beans and to shut down the oil refinery?
EnglishIn Abidjan the Commission, as well as the EU presidency, is a member of the monitoring committee of the Marcoussis Agreement.
EnglishCommissioner Nielson highlighted that there are three large tuna canneries in Abidjan, funded by EU investment.
EnglishIt would also mean that the port of Abidjan would be definitely doomed as a fish-landing port for probably several years to come.
EnglishThe port of Abidjan is the main West African tuna base, and the fish unloaded bolsters the local processing industry.
EnglishNow, tired of waiting for the outcome of the interminable wrangling, President Ouattara's Republican forces have launched an offensive on Abidjan.
EnglishSome fear that Abidjan is going the way of Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a country whose skyscrapers and boulevards now lie in ruins.
EnglishThese weapons had, during the last weeks, frequently been used to terrorise the civilian population in Abidjan, resulting in numerous dead and wounded.
EnglishThey are being conducted after forces loyal to the democratically elected President Ouattara took over the presidential residence in Abidjan.
EnglishThat ship unloaded 500 tonnes of chemical waste into trucks which dumped it in 15 separate sites around Abidjan, a city of 5 million people.
EnglishIn March, the government security forces and parallel militias indiscriminately killed innocent civilians in Abidjan and committed massive human rights violations.
EnglishThe protocol is important for the EU fishing industry, which fishes and uses the port of Abidjan to land their catches from the whole region and not only from Ivorian waters.