Category:Arab League Embargoed Countries

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Founded in March 1945, the League of Arab States (or Arab League) is a loose confederation of twenty-two Arab nations, including Palestine, whose broad mission is to improve coordination among its members on matters of common interest while preserving the sovereignty of its individual states. Follow the link to Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) to know more about the history and recent developments. For the pact of the League of Arab States, March 22, 1945 follow the link to the Avalon Project.

Members are: <sort> Kuwait Palestinian Authority Qatar Jordan Bahrain United Arab Emirates Lebanon Libya Oman Saudi Arabia Syria (membership frozen due to human-rights violations) Tunisia Iraq Comoros Algeria Sudan Djibouti Egypt Yemen Mauritania Morocco Somalia </sort>

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