The UMA was founded on February 17, 1989, when the Constitutive Treaty of the Arab Maghreb Union was signed by the Five Heads of State in Marrakech.
The Marrakech Summit was preceded by the meeting held by the Five Maghreb Heads of State in Zeralda (Algeria) on June 10, 1988 during which it was decided to set up a Grand Commission, responsible for defining the ways and means allowing the realization of a Union between the Five States of the Arab Maghreb. The work of this Great Commission subsequently formed the Short and Medium-Term Work Program of the WBU.
In addition to the signing of the Treaty, the Marrakech Summit adopted a Solemn Declaration on the creation of the UMA as well as the Union’s Work Program.
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