Implementing Guidelines on the Security Aspect of the GRP-MILF Tripoli Agreement of Peace of 2001
(08-07-2001)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 9, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the Philippines
Date received: November 22, 2001
Date digitized: September 18, 2002

General Framework of Agreement of Intent Between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)
(08-27-1998)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 9, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the PhilippinesDate received by USIP: November 22 2001
Date digitized: September 18, 2002

Agreement by the Government of the Philippines (GRP) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)
(09-03-1997)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 9, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the Philippines
Date received by USIP: November 22, 2001
Date digitized: September 18, 2002

Peace Agreement
(07-18-1996)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 10, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the Philippines (for the text of the agreement)
Date text was received by USIP: November 22, 2001
Date text was digitized: September 18, 2002

Interim GRP-MNLF Ceasefire Agreement
(11-07-1993)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 9, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the Philippines
Date received by USIP: November 22, 2001
Date digitized: September 18, 2002

Statement of Understanding
(04-14-1993)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 9, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the Philippines
Date received by USIP: November 22, 2001
Date digitized: September 18, 2002

Jeddah Accord
(01-04-1987)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 9, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the Philippines
Date received: November 22, 2001
Date digitized: September 18, 2002

The Tripoli Agreement
(12-23-1976)
Posted by USIP Library on: September 9, 2003
Source Name: Office of the Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process, Republic of the Philippines
Date received: November 22, 2001
Date digitized: September 18, 2002

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