Algiers Agreement

Algiers Agreement may refer to:

  • Algiers Agreement (1975), between Iraq and Iran
  • Algiers Agreement (1979), between Mauritania and the Polisario Front
  • Algiers Agreement (2000), between Eritrea and Ethiopia
  • Algiers Accords (1981), between the USA and Iran

Other articles related to "algiers agreement, agreements, algiers":

2007 Iranian Seizure Of Royal Navy Personnel - Legal Treaties in Force At Site
... The Algiers Agreement, ratified by both nations in 1976, remains in force ... The Algiers Agreement came into effect after being signed by both states in 1975 and ratified by both states in 1976 ... Since the 1975 Algiers Agreement the Shatt al-Arab channel had shifted in favour of Iran, and any Iranian notional boundary was not known to the U.S ...
Iran-Iraq War - Origins - Iran–Iraq Relations
... Iraq showed reluctance in fulfilling existing agreements with Iran—especially after Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser's death in 1970 and the Iraqi Ba’ath Party's rise which took power in a 1968 coup ... period of acute Iraqi-Iranian tension that was to last until the Algiers Accords of 1975 ... In the 1975 Algiers Agreement, Iraq made territorial concessions—including the Shatt al-Arab waterway—in exchange for normalised relations ...

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