Arab Maghreb Union (AMU)
Union du Maghreb arabe (UMA)
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1989-02-17 Marrakech Morocco
Established as a project adopted by a Maghreb Summit.
Define the means and tools to realize integration of the five states of the Maghreb Arabe (Libyan AJ, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania) through continuation of a common policy in different areas and progressive fulfillment of free mouvement of persons, services, goods and capital; safeguard Maghrebian economic interests; foster and promote economic and cultural cooperation among member states; intensify mutual commercial exchanges as a necessary precursor for integration and the creation of a Maghreb Economic Space.
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Supreme Council of the Heads of State (chaired in succession on a yearly basis) - also referred to as Presidential Council; Consultative Assembly; Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs; Committees; Judiciary Body; Permanent General Secretariat; Maghreb Academy of Sciences and Maghreb University in Tripoli (Libyan AJ); Maghreb Bank for Investment and Foreign Commerce Tunis (Tunisia).
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