Saudi-Yemeni Memorandum of Understanding, 1995

Mecca, 26 February 1995

Article One: Both parties confirm their adherence to the legality and obligatory nature of the Treaty of Ta'if, signed on 6th Safar 1353 AH, corresponding to 30 May 1934 and its annexes — henceforth known as "the treaty";

Article Two: Within a period of not more than 30 days, a committee shall be formed in which both sides will be equally represented. The duties of the committee shall be to renew the border marks, according to the reports annexed to the treaty, whether or not they still exist or have vanished ... from the coastal point at Ras al-Mu'awaj ... [to] ... Jabal al-Thar ... using modern scientific methods for installing the marks (pillars): a specialised firm — chosen by both parties — shall be contracted to execute this task and will work under the supervision of the committee;

Article Three: The current committee formed by both parties will continue in its tasks by specifying as necessary procedures and moves that will lead to the demarcation of the rest of the boundary, beginning [in the west] at Jabal al-Thar until the end of the two countries