Esimerkkejä "behest"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
EnglishTaiwan's exclusion from this body at the behest of China is reprehensible.
EnglishIt was a word included, I believe, at the behest of the Council's working party of experts.
EnglishWe will not suffer armed police coming in at the behest of EUROPOL.
EnglishIt is quite clear that this is at the behest of the arms industry.
EnglishUnfortunately, my amendments on this subject were rejected, largely at the behest of Mr Harbour!
EnglishThis was done at the President’s behest in consequence of the plenary debate due to be held at 3 p.m.
EnglishAt the behest of the EU, in its debate on 29 March, the UN Human Rights Council dealt exclusively with Zimbabwe.
EnglishAt the behest of the Presidency of the Council, an informal three-way discussion was established to seek a compromise.
EnglishBut some Member States continue to resist change at the behest of importers and companies which outsource manufacturing.
EnglishIt was not at Moscow's behest that Castro led a revolution; he was prompted to do so by the unrest among the Cuban people.
EnglishI understand that the 1999 Year Against Violence Against Women has been cancelled at the behest of the Member States.
EnglishThere is no doubt that this development has had an impact on birth rates, which have been depressed artificially at the behest of economic forces.
EnglishAt the behest of Giuliano Amato, the Convention has succeeded in undertaking an enormous task of simplifying and classifying European decisions.
EnglishRecent developments seem to indicate that the second Khodorkhovsky trial was conducted at the behest of high political figures.
EnglishThe secret vote called at the behest of the United States led to a common abstention by seven EU Member States in the Commission on Human Rights.
EnglishEutelsat reaffirmed to the Commission that they had not taken any action against NTDTV at the behest of the Government of China or anyone else.
EnglishThis situation does raise the fear that these serious incidents occur at the behest of the local authorities, or at least with their tacit support.
EnglishI would like above all to thank your Parliament for having so rapidly and expeditiously responded, at the behest of the Council, to a number of requests for its opinion.
EnglishAt the behest of my government, unfortunately, refugees – but not victims of political persecution – are being disadvantaged when it comes to access to the employment market.
EnglishThis motion has been drafted at the behest of the Italian Government, and it is for that reason that I wonder why it is that two Italian Members belonging to different groups have tabled it.