125 Current Legal Developments Red Sea Award of the Arbitral Tribunal in the First Stage of the Eritrea/Yemen Proceedings Introduction On 9 October 1998, the five-member Arbitral Tribunal rendered its unanimous Award, Eritrea/Yemen Territorial Sovereignty and Scope of the Di,spute,l which completed the first stage of one of the more important cases in the history of international adjudication and arbitration. The Award was rendered pursuant to an Arbitration Agreement between the Government of the State of Eritrea and the Government of the Republic of Yemen of 3 October 1996.2 The Agreement was preceded by the Eritrea-Yemen Paris Agreement on Principles of 21 May 1996, witnessed by the Governments of France, Ethiopia and Egypt, and a concurrent Joint Statement of the parties, which emphasised their desire to settle the dispute and "to allow the re-establishment and development of a trustful and lasting co-operation between the two countries", contributing to the stability and 1 (1999) 38 ILM (in press). 2 The Yemen Arab Republic and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen were formally united in the state of Yemen on 22 May 1990. All treaties concluded between either the Yemen Arab Republic or the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen and
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Published: Jan 1, 1999
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