23 I.L.M. 1022 (1984)
Treaty Instituting the Arab-African Union of States

handle is hein.journals/intlm23 and id is 1036 raw text is: 1022

LIBYA-MOROCCO:    TREATY INSTITUTING THE ARAB-AFRICAN UNION OF STATES*
[Done at Oujda, August 13, 19841
MOROCCAN-LIBYAN TREATY INSTITUTING
ARAB-AFRICAN UNION OF STATES
August 13, 1984
Joint Communique
Libyan Head of State, Colonel Muammar Qadhafi travelled to
Morocco on August 13, 1984 to hold important discussions with  is
Majesty King Hassan II. Following a series of meetings between the
two Maghrebi leaders in Oujda, a treaty instituting a Union of States
was signed between the Kingdom of Morocco and Libya.
Following is the text of the joint communique published at the
conclusion of the visit to Morocco of Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi:
His Excellency Muammar Qadhafi, Chief of the Revolution of
September First, conducted a working visit to the Kingdom of
Morocco Monday, August 13, 1984, and was welcomed by His Majesty
King Hassan II upon his arrival in Oujda.
This visit followed an exchange of correspondences and visits
of emissaries which have taken place in recent days between His
Majesty King Hassan II and His Excellency Colonel Muammar Qadhafi,
Chief of the Revolution of September First, relating to the search
for means to reinforce the ties of brotherhood between the two
nations and expand the scope of their cooperation.
These negotiations, undertaken directly between His Majesty
King Hassan II and His Excellency Muammar Qadhafi during the
visit conducted by the Libyan leader to the Kingdom of Morocco,
resulted in the conclusion of a treaty instituting a Union of
States between the Kingdom of Morocco and the Socialist People's
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya.
Through the institution of this Union of States, His Majesty
the King and His Excellency Muammar Qadhafi seek to further
reinforce the solid ties which exist between their two nations
*[Reproduced from the text provided to International Legal Materials
by the Embassy of Morocco at Washington, D.C.
[The General People's Congress of Libya approved the Treaty on
August 31, 1984, and the Moroccans approved it in a nationwide referen-
dum on the same date.     The Treaty entered into force on September 1.]

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