People's Democratic Republic of Yemen


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Soviet-Yemeni (People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen) Agreements

 

Diplomatic relations were established between the USSR and the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen (PDRY) on Dec. 3, 1967.

On Feb. 7, 1969, the two countries concluded agreements on economic and technical cooperation, on trade, on cooperation in the development of fishing in the Gulf of Aden and adjoining waters, and on air transportation. An agreement on cultural and scientific cooperation had been signed on Feb. 6, 1969.

Regular meetings between high officials of the USSR and the PDRY are promoting friendly cooperation. A communique of Oct. 11, 1971, noted the important help of the USSR in developing the economy, strengthening the defense capability, and training the national cadres of the PDRY. An agreement on the development of economic and technical cooperation was signed on July 19, 1974. A communique of July 26, 1974, once more reaffirmed the traditional character of the countries’ friendly relations.

A. A. BYKOV

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During a 1979 border conflict between the Yemen Arab Republic and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen, the United States cooperated with Saudi Arabia to greatly expand the security assistance program to the Y.A.R.
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Former president of the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen (South Yemen) Ali Salem Al-Beidh leads a hard-line faction.
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He remained in the north of Yemen until May 22nd 1990 when the unification was announced between the Arab Republic of Yemen in the north and the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen in the south

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