MUNICH (TAMURT) – The Uyghur and Kabyle peoples share a thirst for freedom and an unwavering will to peacefully fight for their right to self-determination against the dictatorial states of China and Algeria, geopolitically linked, which colonize and repress them.

Despite the distance separating them, their concern to preserve their respective identities, languages and cultures drives them to better share these between each other and to make them known throughout the world.

The two peoples are convinced that through cultural exchanges, sharing of experiences, and dialogue between their respective civilizations, they jointly contribute to the building of a world that is more understanding, more united, more prosperous, and less violent.

Strengthened by the fundamental texts of the United Nations proclaiming the right of peoples to self-determination, including the United Nations Charter, the International Covenants on Civil and Political Rights, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Uyghur and Kabyle peoples are entitled to work together towards their highest interests.

This is the reason why the two parties,

On one hand,

The Uyghur people represented by Mr. Dolkun ISA, president of the World Uyghur Congress

On the other hand,

The Kabyle people represented by Mr. Ferhat MEHENNI, president of the Movement for the Self-determination of Kabylia (MAK) and of the Kabyle Provisional Government (Anavad), have agreed as follows:

Article 1. The Uyghur and Kabyle peoples sign this Treaty of Friendship and Solidarity.

Article 2. They commit to mutually assist each other on media and diplomatic fronts.

Article 3. The two parties agree to organize cultural exchanges to the extent of their means.

Article 4. Under this Treaty, they will hold annual meetings for the reevaluation of their relationship and to decide on possible joint action programs.

Article 5. In the event that one of the parties to this Treaty achieves independence for its people, said party commits to officially recognizing the other party as the sole legitimate representative of its people, to permit the opening of a diplomatic representation of the other party in its territory, and to provide the other party with all necessary support requested by said party, whether financial, diplomatic, or security-related.
Article 6. This Treaty is concluded indefinitely and may be revised by mutual consent of the parties.

Signed in Munich, on January 5, 2024

For the Uyghur people:
Dolkun Isa
President of the World Uyghur Congress

For the Kabyle people:
Ferhat Mehenni
President of the Movement for the self-determination of Kabylia
President of the Kabyle Provisional Government


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