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    Received 17.15 hours, 30th March, 1940. C/158. Amir* Saud, now visiting Sheikh of Koweit, will leave ... evening 0 generous distribution of alms to the poor, parting present by Sheikh of motor car and Robe ...

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    ‘ In connection with the arrangements between the. 6. The trial of the persons accused of the murder.of ... Sheikh Sir AHMED IBN JaBIR AL SUBAH, Sheikh of ( Kuwait, been crowned with success. Agreements dealing ... attitude of His Excellency Sheikh HaFIZ 7AHBA, the Minister for Saudi-Arabia in London, and representative ...

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    the bonds of friendship and helpful part played by Ibn Saud*3 representative. Sheikh Hafiz Wahba, ...

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    for Political Agent to obtain from Sheikh a formal communication conveying hie approval of terms of Agreements;, ...

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    etc*) should appear in letter* Sheikh has no objection* As regards (d) I have conveyed His Majesty r 's ...

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    are as follows;; since Sheikh has agreed there seems no objection to proposed amendment of Article 11(6) of Bon ...

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    Sheikh has agreed to all the above and Hafiz has (? sent) message^to - King and expects confirmation ... but has put following alternatives to him, to either of which Sheikh will agree .* (1) f; cml'T'AFSlcie ...

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    agreement, should be omitted. Sheikh has stated he wishes to leave question of tribes fluid. ...

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    Agreements. Sheikh of Koweit agrees to suggestions (a) ,(b) and (d) but not to (o), which I suggest should ...

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    or rights on either sice which they d not possess in any case. If the Sheikh of Kov/eit is willing to let ...

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    with the Sheikh. In practice, no doubt, Ibn Saud finds great difficulty in controlling Bedouin on the desert frontier and he wishes the Sheikh to do it for him. At any rate it seems that our best course now ... Agreement, we think that it would be best for the Sheikh to make a list of the tribes whom he claims as his ...

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    5. About Sheikh's lack of jurisdiction over Nationals of* third States, King asked whether ... cases Bedouin might have *diff iculty* in obtaining permits. lie thought he could agree to the Sheikh ... that such cases would be rare. 3. About enlistment, King had no objection to the Sheikh* desire that both ...

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    to visit Ibn Saud, morning of November 29th. Sheikh expects to return after about 8 or 10 days. Ends . ...

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    "been added to explain the chief points still in dispute "between the Sheikh of Koweit and the Saudi ...

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    outstanding is the question of "Musabala". The Sheikh’s objection that it is impossible for Bedouin to obtain ...

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    TRADE AGREMtiNT . [British copy: in the Saudi Arabian G °Py> Saudi Arabia would be mentioned first throughout]. The Government of the United Kingdom of u-reat Britain and Northern Ireland (herein- after called the Government of the United Kingdom), acting on behalf of His Highness the Sheikh of Koweit, of the one part, ...

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    *rThe Saudis who desire to retain these words consider that to allow persons on the Saudi side of the frontier 'to enter Koweit without obtaining permits from the Saudi authorities, would encourage smuggling and nullify the agreement (c.f. Art 11.(5) of the Bon Voisinage Agreement). The Sheikh of Koweit who desires ...

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    (hereinafter called the Government of the United Kingdom), acting on behalf of Fis Highness the Sheikh ... Majesty^ the King of Saudi /rabia and His i^ollenoy* the Sheikh of Kuwait, and between their respective ...

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    of the two proposals The Sheikh of Kuwait says he cannot agree to this Governments to employ the nationals ...

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    and employed in Article 9 of the Trade Agreement. The Sheikh of Kuwait insists that nationals of either country ... of compromise the Sheikh has offered to exercise a personal check on all Bedouin purchases.]* Kuwait/ ...

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    or Saudi * 7. Names of the tribes. The tribes subject to the Government of Arabia. The Sheikh objects ...

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    Agreem ent for the Extradition of Offender s between Saud i Arabia andKo we it. The (jovernment of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (hereinafter called the Government of the United Kingdom) on behalf of His Highness the Sheikh of Koweit, of the one part, and the Government of Saudi ...

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    territory of Koweit who is a national of Saudi [The Saudis inserted tfc^se words in their draft, but His Majesty’s Government wish them omitted, as the Sheikh of Koweit does not in fact exercise jurisdiction over nationals of third States and cannot undertake to extradite persons over whom he has ...

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    or attack on the person of either His Majesty the King of Saudi Arabia or His Highness the Sheikh of Koweit, ...

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    extradition. The Sheikh would have no objection to deleting the article though (3) The demand for extradition ...

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    of the United Kingdom, acting on behalf of the Sheikh of Koweit, of the other part, which has been concluded ...

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    - "notwithstanding anything to the contrary e ntained in n Since the Sheikh cannot undertake to extradite nationals ... of the "other country". Article 9. The Sheikh objects to the proposed omission of the words "or susabala" from ...

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    NOTHING TO BE WRITTEN IN THIS MARGIN. * ■■■■■■I I 7^- ' V wu\ ‘-j 4. It appears that the only serious point still outstanding is the question of "Musabala". The Sheikh’s objection that it is impossible for Bedouins to obtain documents from the Saudi authorities every time they wish to cross ...

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    - "notv/ithstanding anything to the "contrary contained in. Since the Sheikh cannot undertake to extradite nationals ...

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    z 5 K < 2 (/) i H Z z UJ H h a 5 The Sheikh objects to the proposed | omission of the words n or Musahala" from this article. As, however, provision will he made for ,, Mnsahala u , in v/hatever form is finally agreed, in Article ll(5), it seems unnecessary to mention "Musabala * 1 in this article. ...

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    either His “Majesty the King of Saudi Arabia or His “Highness the Sheikh of Koweit or any member ...

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    To [British copy: in the Saudi Arabian C0 Py> Saudi Arabia would be mentioned first throughout]. The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (herein after called the Government of the United Kingdom), acting on behalf of His Highness the Sheikh of Koweit, of the one part, ...

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    *[The Saudis who desire to retain these words consider that to allow persons on ihe Saudi side the frontier to enter Koweit without obtaining permits from the Saudi authorities, would encourage smuggling and nullify the agreement (c.f. Art 11.(5) of the Bon Voisinage Agreement). The Sheikh of Koweit who desires ...

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    Highness the Sheikh of Kuwait, of the one part, and the Government of > • « > Saudi i rabia, of the other ... have appointed as their -n t ^ UxccllonG.v ohe Sheikh of Kuwait, and between their /rticle I ArticleJS. / ...

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    of the two proposals The Sheikh of Kuwait says he cannot agree to this G-overnments to employ the nationals ...

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    Agreement. The e Sheikh of Kuwait insists that nationals of either country should be free to enter ... of compromise the Sheikh has offered to exercise a personal check on all Bedouin purchases.]* arrangement ...

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    are: either Kcweit or Saudi Arabia. The Sheikh •bjects to the article on the ground that some members ...

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    Agreement for the Extradition of Offenders be tween S audi Arabia and Ko w eit. The Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (hereinafter called the Government of the United Kingdom) on behalf of His Highness the Sheikh of Koweit, of the one part, and the Government of Saudi ...

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    territory of Koweit who is a national of Saudi [Ti 3 Saudis inserted these words in their draft, but His Majesty’s Government wish them omitted, as the Sheikh of Koweit does not in fact exercise jurisdiction over nationals of third States and cannot undertake to extradite persons over whom he has ...

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    or attack on the person of either His Majesty the King of Saudi Arabia or His Highness the Sheikh of Koweit, ...

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    V demand for extradition. The demand for extradition shall contain: [The Saudis wished to de lete this article on the grounds that their form of administration does not lend itself to the placing of a seal by the competent authority on a demand for extradition. The Sheikh would have no objection to deleting the article ...

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    Kingdom, acting on behalf of the Sheikh of Koweit, of the other part, which has been concluded this day, ...

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    1959. 2.20 p.m. No.158. tttttttttttttt (XsS. Your telegram No. 138 [of 16th October: Saudi-Koweit l ' agreements]. (R begins) Sheikh’s main objection is to addition of words to Article 11 (5) of Bon Voisinage ... is to Article 10 of Bon Voisinage Agreement. Sheikh would prefer that both Governments should have the right ...

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    r K*\ JL* ' 6932 ! ' 959. Extradition Agreement. Sheikh does not exercise jurisdiction over the nationals of all third states and it would he impossible for him to undertake to extradite persons over whom he has no jurisdiction. 5. There are also a number of minor drafting points. 6. Despatch follows. ...

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    2m second objection is to Article 10 of ' 41 Volelnnge Agreewent. sheikh would prefer that both Ooverniaente should hare the right to employ nationals of the , other in their ar ed foroes* 3 , ihclkh aleo objects to the list of nmidi tribes in rtiole 7 of the schedule to Bon voisinage Agreement* He claiias ...

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    there is nothing in the Political Resident’s letter to show whether the Sheikh of Koweit has seen the draft ... be grateful if you would ask Prior whether the Sheikh has in fact seen these letters, and whether he concurs ...

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    Saud and Sheikh of Koweit claim sovereignty. Powle suggests that control of (i) might he left to the personal check of the Sheikh and his officials^ as proposed hy him (vide P.Z.9219/36 file attached). ... with Sheikh Yusuf. (0610) Wt.25950/235 10,000 9/38 A.&E.W.Ltd. Gp.685 ...

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    July, 1959. 6.45 p.nu No. 105. 0 0 () 0 Your tele gram No. 9 4 [of 1st July: Saudi-Koweiti agreements]. As indicated in my telegram No. 94 [of 9th June] Sheikh has raised certain objections to Saudi proposals ... 2. Since visit of Sheikh to Riyadh has now been postponed (nominally until August) he is being ...

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    0 Sheikh of Koweit has informed Political Agent that he does not propose visiting Ibn Baud until about ...

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    Cypher telegram to Sir R. Bullard (Jedda), Foreign Office, 9th June, 1959. 6.CO p.m. No. 94. / Your telegram No. 65 [of May 16th: Saudi-Koweit agreements]. Sheikh of Koweit wishes to discuss privately ... of tribes enumerated in Saudi draft of Article 7 of Schedule to Bon Voisinage Agreement. 2. Sheikh is being ...

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