United Arab Republic
The United Arab Republic (Arabic: الجمهورية العربية المتحدة Al-Gumhuriyah Al-Arabiyah Al-Muttahidah, Al-Jumhuriyah Al-Arabiyah Al-Muttahidah), often abbreviated UAR, was a sovereign union between Egypt and Syria. The union began in 1958 and existed until 1961, when Syria seceded from the union. Egypt continued to be known officially as the "United Arab Republic" until 1971. The President was Gamal Abdel Nasser. During most of its existence (1958–1961), it was a member of the United Arab States, a confederation with North Yemen.
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... Proposed state Components Time period Successful? Notes Arab Federation Kingdom of Iraq Jordan 1958 Yes (14 February 1958 - 2 August 1958) An attempt to unify the two ... Arab Islamic Republic Libya Tunisia 1974 No Proposed by Muammar Gaddafi ... Albania Bulgaria Yugoslavia 1910 No Federation of Arab Republics Libya United Arab Republic Also invited Iraq Sudan 1972-1977 No An attempt to build a Pan-Arab ...
... The United Arab Republic 1958 Constitution was the adopted constitution for the short-lived political federation between Egypt and Syria, that was known as the United Arab Republic ... It distributes power accordingly to the President of the Republic, the legislative authority (the National Assembly), the executive authority (represented ...
9 July 1969 Ostseestadion, Rostock, East Germany United Arab Republic 7-0 Win Friendly 2 ... Ostseestadion, Rostock, East Germany United Arab Republic 7-0 Win Friendly 3. 19 December 1969 National Stadium, Cairo, United Arab Republic United Arab Republic 1-3 Win Friendly 4 ...
... It was not until the Gamal Abdel Nasser era that Arab nationalism (in addition to Arab socialism) became a state policy and a means with which to define Egypt's position in the ... There have been several attempts to bring about a pan-Arab state by many well known Arab leaders, all of which ultimately resulted in failure ... Foreign Minister Anthony Eden called for Arab unity during the 1940s, and this was followed by specific proposals from pro-British leaders, including King Abdullah of Transjordan and Prime Minister Nuri al-Said of ...
... If ranked today, the United Arab Republic would be the 25th largest nation on the planet (Egypt is 30th and Syria is 88th) ... Following the dissolution of the All-Palestine Government, the United Arab Republic further exerted control over the Gaza strip, until the Six Day War ...
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