Joint Defence and Economic Co-operation Treaty

The Treaty of Joint Defence and Economic Co-operation of the League of Arab States (commonly, the Joint Defence and Economic Co-operation Treaty) is a treaty among the member states of the Arab League signed on 18 June 1950 in Cairo, Egypt.[1]

Joint Defence and Economic Co-operation Treaty
Treaty of Joint Defence and Economic Co-operation of the League of Arab States
TypeCollective security
Signed18 June 1950
LocationCairo, Egypt
PartiesArab League member-states
LanguageArabic

The Treaty created two of the principal institutions of the Arab League:

Both councils report to the Council of the Arab League.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Osmańczyk 2003: 1294
  2. ^ Ghantus 1982: 59
  3. ^ Osmańczyk 2003: 1290

BibliographyEdit

  • Ghantus, Elias T. (1982). Arab industrial integration. London: Croom Helm Limited. ISBN 0-7099-1117-3.
  • Osmańczyk, Edmund Jan (2003). "League of Arab States Treaty of Joint Defense and Economic Cooperation, 1950". In Mango, Anthony (ed.). Encyclopedia of the United Nations and international agreements. 2 (3 ed.). New York: Routledge.