Cairo Agreement 1972

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Article 7: The summit conference of the two states shall establish joint committees of experts with an equal number of representatives of the two states for the union of organizations (structures) and legislators that exist in each of them. A maximum period of one year shall be set for the conclusion of the interviews allocated to them. This year marks the beginning of the signing of this agreement. South Arab League (SAC) rebels attacked positions in eastern South Yemen and arrived from Saudi Arabia on February 20, 1972. [3] The rebels were defeated by government forces in southern Yemen on February 24, 1972, killing about 175 rebels during military hostilities. [3] Prime Minister Ali Nasir Muhammad survived an attack by CSA rebels on May 22, 1972. [3] Six people were sentenced to death on July 9, 1972 for plotting to overthrow the government. [3] Saudi Arabia continued to oppose southern Yemen and supported troops from northern Yemen in the coming battle. Article 12: If the people approve the draft Constitution, the new State may be created immediately. 19 Cf.

z.B article II of the 1972 Convention on International Liability for Damage Caused by Space Objects, 961 U.T.S. 187; Article II of the 1962 Convention on the Liability of Operators of Nuclear Ships, (1963) 67 Am. J. Int`l L. 268Google Scholar. See also Vicuna, F. O., “Liability of the State, Liability, and Measures of International Law: New Criteria for Environmental Protection,” to Weiss, E. Brown (ed.), Environmental Change and International Law: New Challenges and Dimensions (United Nations University Press, Tokyo, 1992) 124, at 133-134Google Scholar; Birnie & Boyle, above #8, at 146. Article 13: The new Constitution shall enter into force immediately after its approval.

(15) This agreement remains strictly secret and is intended only in the eyes of the orders. Maḥmūd Riyāḍ, Mahmud Riyadh, (* 8 January 1917 in Al-Qalyūbiyyah, Egypt; † 25 January 1992 in Cairo), Egyptian diplomat who, as Secretary-General of the Arab League (1972-1979), could not prevent Egypt`s exclusion from confederation in 1979 after it had signed a peace treaty with Israel. 64 Future regional agreements will obviously not exclude bilateral environmental agreements between the parties in the region, but their role will be to complement the regional regime, particularly on bilateral issues. 7 Cf. z.B. Principle 21 of the Declaration of the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (“Stockholm Declaration”, 1972) 11 I.L.M 1416; Article 3 of the 1982 International Law Association Rules on International Law Applicable to Transfrontier Pollution, Report of the Sixth Conference of the International Law Association (1983) 1; Principle 2 of the 1992 Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (“Rio Declaration”), (1992) 31 I.L.M 876Google Scholar. The war, initiated by North Yemen,[4] began on September 26, 1972,[4][5] the tenth anniversary of the start of the North Yemeni Civil War; [4] The fighting consisted mainly of border conflicts. [6] During the conflict, northern Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Iran, Britain and the United States and the south were supplied by the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Iraq, Libya and Cuba. [2] In this implementation, the presidents of the two states will form a joint ministerial committee, in charge of the interior ministers of both sides, to oversee this work, which will not take place no more than six months after the date of approval of the draft Constitution by the legislators of both states. . . .

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