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He studied at the Egyptian Military Academy and then obtained his doctorate in engineering. After serving in the Egyptian army during the First Arab-Israeli War (1948-1949), he was a member of the Joint Armistice Committee. After the 1952 coup d`état, in which King Farouk I was deposed, he joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he became head of the Palestinian Bureau (1952-53), Director of Arab Affairs (1953-55), Ambassador to Syria (1955-1958), Special Adviser to the President. Gamal Abdel Nasser (1958-1962) and Permanent Ambassador to the United Nations (1962-1964). As Egypt`s foreign minister (1964-1972) and deputy prime minister (1971-1972), he insisted that the Arab-Israeli conflict be resolved peacefully, but also convinced many countries to join an international boycott of Israel for concessions. In 1972, he succeeded Abd al-Khliq Hassnah as Secretary General of the Arab League. Although he dealt with the Pres peace negotiations. Anwar el-Sededet did not agree with Israel, he was fighting to keep the league united. In 1979, after the other Arab states voted to expel Egypt from the League and move its headquarters from Cairo to Tunis, Tunisia, he resigned from his public office, while remaining a respected government adviser.

7 See.B. Principle 21 of the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment Declaration (“Stockholm Declaration,” (1972) 11 I.L.M 1416; Article 3 of the 1982 International Law Association on International Law on Cross-Border Pollution, Report of the 60th International Law Association Conference (1983) 1; Principle 2 of the 1992 Rio Declaration on Environment and Development (“Rio Declaration”), (1992) 31 I.L.M 876Google Scholar. Rebels from the Southern League of Saudi Arabia (CSA) attacked positions in eastern Yemen, arriving from Saudi Arabia on 20 February 1972. [3] The rebels were defeated on 24 February 1972 by government forces in southern Yemen, killing about 175 rebels during military hostilities. [3] On 22 May 1972, Prime Minister Ali Nasir Muhammad survived an attack by CSA rebels. [3] Six people were sentenced to death for planning the fall of the government on 9 July 1972. [3] Saudi Arabia continued its opposition in southern Yemen and supported troops in northern Yemen in the coming fighting. The war initiated by North Yemen[4] began on 26 September 1972[4] the tenth anniversary of the start of the civil war in northern Yemen; [4] The fighting was mainly border conflicts.

[6] During the conflict, the north was supplied by Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Iran, the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as the South, by the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Iraq, Libya and Cuba. [2] The Egyptian diplomat, who was Secretary General of the Arab League (1972-1979), on 8 January 25, 1992, the Secretary General of the Arab League (1972-79) was unable to prevent Egypt from being expelled from the League in 1979 after that country signed a peace agreement with Israel. Article 7: The summit conference of the two states will be composed of expert-joint committees by an equal number of representatives of the two states for the association of organizations (structures) and legislative in each of them. A maximum of one year is set for the conclusion of the interviews assigned to them. This year, the signing of this agreement will begin. 15. This agreement remains top secret and only for the eyes of the orders. 19 See.B Article II of Article II of Article II of the 1972 Convention on International Responsibility for Damage caused by Space Objects, 961 U.N.T.S. 187; Article II of the 1962 Convention on the Responsibility of Nuclear Ship Operators, (1963) 67 Am.