The seven nations armed forces, often referred to as the seven continents, is one of the oldest military organizations in the world.
It was founded in 1857 in the Philippines by a group of Spanish colonists who came from the Spanish colony in India.
The first seven nations were established in 1867 by the United States, Britain, France, Russia, Germany, and Japan.
Since then, the nations have been led by a common leadership that has kept the countries united in times of peace.
There are a lot of similarities between the seven countries armed forces and their counterparts in the United Nations Security Council.
These similarities include their common geographic location, common geographic area, common history, and a common vision for peace.
The United States Armed Forces’ logo is the same color as the flag of the seven nation nations and is the symbol of the United Nation’s five permanent members, plus the United Kingdom.
The seven countries have been in the international spotlight due to the recent attack in Yemen, which the United states is leading a coalition to try to stop.
In recent months, there have been some reports that the United nations is considering taking the United Arab Emirates into the coalition to fight al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).
The United Nations has said that if the United kingdom, France and Russia join the coalition, the United countries will have the right to intervene.
The six countries, however, are currently on a peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan, and the United state has also pledged to send in the US to help.
The five countries have different goals for the world, but each is focused on achieving peace.
For the United members, it’s about ending the war in Afghanistan and ending the wars in the Middle East.
For China, the goal is a better future for its people, and it is seeking to build the world’s first “Silk Road,” connecting Asia and Africa through an extensive network of ports.
For Russia, the goals are a stronger China and an economy that is stronger than the United powers.
These goals have led the five nations to cooperate with each other in many of their activities, from Afghanistan to the Middle Eastern region to the Asia Pacific region.
Here are the five countries that the seven members are in agreement on, with the exception of Russia, which has an independent agenda.
Argentina The United Kingdom, United States Argentina, China and Russia all have the same goal: ending the conflict in Afghanistan.
The Argentinian government has said it will not send in its troops to fight the Taliban.
However, Russia has said they will send their troops if the coalition has been dissolved.
Argentina was created in 1955 and has a population of about 3.5 million.
The country’s president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, was elected in 2006 after winning the presidential election in 2011.
The Argentine constitution is very liberal and liberal-minded.
Argentina is the only country in the region to have an independent judiciary, and its government has not been implicated in human rights abuses, and has not sought to be a part of the US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in Iraq and Syria.
The Argentina-U.S. relationship was complicated by the U.S.-backed coup in 2003.
The U.s. military supported the military coup that toppled the democratically elected government and installed a military dictatorship.
The coup was a direct result of a vote of confidence in President Cristina Kirchners support for President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
In the aftermath of the coup, Argentina signed a historic peace treaty with the United Sates, and in 2019 Argentina joined the Paris Climate Accord.
In 2015, Argentina became the first country to join the Paris climate accord.
Russia The United states has been one of Russia’s largest trading partners and its economy is growing faster than the U,s.
However: Russia has a history of war with other countries.
In 2008, the Russian Federation annexed Crimea from Ukraine, and later annexed Ukraine’s Black Sea peninsula of Sevastopol in 2014.
Russia has also fought wars in Afghanistan in Chechnya, Georgia, and South Ossetia in Georgia, as well as in Chechen territory in the North Caucasus region in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Russia is one to maintain its territorial integrity and sovereignty.
The countries are at war with each another over many issues, including Syria, Ukraine, Afghanistan, the Middle east, and Central Asia.
China The United countries and Russia have a long history of cooperation.
In 1998, China hosted the first international conference to discuss the issues of climate change, nuclear energy, and energy security.
In 2018, China became the world leader in renewable energy.
China also hosts the world premiere of the movie “The World’s Most Powerful Man,” which is about the leader of the world economy, Bill Gates, and focuses on the impact of climate policy on the economy and society.
China has also been leading the fight against the Islamic state (IS), including the