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Comprehensive Peace Agreement Between the Government of Liberia and the Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) and the Movement for Democracy in Liberia (MODEL) and Political Parties
(08-18-2003)
Posted by USIP Library on: August 20, 2003
Source Name: Text of the agreement e-mailed from the U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.
Date e-mailed: August 19, 2003 Note: The ceasefire agreement signed June 17, 2003 has been appended as Annex 1 of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.

Agreement on Ceasefire and Cessation of Hostilities Between the Government of the Republic of Liberia and Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy and the Movement for Democracy in Liberia
(06-17-2003)
Posted by USIP Library on: June 19 2003
Source Name: Permanent Representative of the Republic of Liberia to the United Nations, New York, NY
Date faxed: June 19 2003

Abuja Agreement to Supplement the Cotonou and Akosombo Agreements as Subsequently Clarified by the Accra Agreement
(08-19-1995)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26 2002
Source Name: Photocopied from the United Nations Information Center, Washington, D.C. In August 2000.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. No. S/1995/742
Date Digitized: November 4 2000

Acceptance and Accession Agreement
(12-21-1994)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26 2002
Source Name: Photocopied from the United Nations Information Center, Washington, D.C. In August 2000.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. No. S/1995/7
Date Digitized: November 4 2000

Agreement on the Clarification of the Akosombo Agreement
(12-21-1994)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26 2002
Source Name: Photocopied from the United Nations Information Center, Washington, D.C. In August 2000.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. No. S/1995/7
Date Digitized: November 4 2000

Akosombo Agreement
(09-12-1994)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26 2002
Source Name: Photocopied from the United Nations Information Center, Washington, D.C. In August 2000.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. No. S/1994/1174
Date Digitized: November 4 2000

(Cotonou) Agreement
(07-25-1993)
Posted by USIP Library on: March 26 2002
Source Name: Photocopied from the United Nations Information Center, Washington, D.C. In August 2000.
Source Document Number: U.N. Doc. No. S/26272
Date Digitized: November 4 2000

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