Glossary of acronyms, words, and phrases
|AAP||Africa Action Plan|
(Turkish) Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi (Justice and Development Party)
|BRI||Belt and Road Initiative|
|DP World||Dubai Ports World|
|EPRDF||Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front|
|FDI||Foreign Direct Investment|
|GCC||Gulf Cooperation Council|
|GERD||Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam|
|IGAD||Intergovernmental Authority on Development|
|Imam-Hatip||(Turkish) public schools|
|MbS||Mohammed bin Salman|
|ODA||Official Development Assistance|
|QIA||Qatar Investment Authority|
|QFFD||Qatari Fund for Development|
|QNB||Qatar National Bank|
|RSF||Rapid Support Forces|
|TİKA||Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency|
|TPLF||Tigray People’s Liberation Front|
|TRT||Turkish Radio and Television|
|UAE||United Arab Emirates|
(Turkish) Yurtdışı Türkler ve Akraba Topluluklar Başkanlığı (Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities)
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[The Alliance of the ’رمحألارحبلا نيمأتل »يديدح عرد .ةئطاشملا 8ـلا لودلا فلاحتAhtef, Ahmed. ‘
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