History Of Middle East Peace Agreements

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Non classé / 10 avril 2021 / Posted by celine

Since the 2003 Peace Roadmap, the current draft Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement has been a two-state solution. There have been parallel efforts towards a peace agreement between Israel and other « states of confrontation »: Egypt, Jordan and Syria after the six-day war, and then Lebanon after. [30] UN Resolution 242 was accepted by Israel, Jordan and Egypt, but was rejected by Syria until 1972-73. [32] After the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump in January 2017, a period of uncertainty over a new peace initiative began. In early 2018, some media reported that the new government was preparing a new peace initiative for an Israeli-Palestinian agreement. In June 2019, the White House unveiled the economic component of the Trump Peace to Prosperity: The Economic Plan[95] initiative and the political component of the plan in January 2020. Palestinian leaders boycotted and condemned the Bahrain conference at the end of June 2019, which presented the economic plan. But it is questionable whether agreements like this, between already friendly countries, do much to promote regional peace.

2. Reaffirms that respect for the principles of the Charter requires a just and lasting peace in the Middle East, which should include the application of the following two principles: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he is ready to conclude a peace agreement including the creation of a demilitarized Palestinian state. It also poses another condition: the Palestinian recognition of Israel as the « state of the Jewish people. » After the assassination of Yitzchak Rabin in 1995, the peace process finally stopped. The settlement population has almost doubled in the West Bank. Subsequent suicide bombings by Palestinian militant groups and subsequent reprisals by the Israeli army have made the conditions for peace negotiations untenable. The state is bound by all international agreements and conventions to which Palestine is a party. Subject to a right of termination under this agreement, these agreements and agreements are respected by the State throughout the period for which they were concluded. The northeastern part of the Jewish state (Eastern Galilee) borders the north and west of the Lebanese border and, to the east, the borders of Syria and Transjordan.

It includes the entire Huleh Basin, Lake Tiberias, the entire Beisan sub-district, with the border extended to the ridge of the Gilboa Mountains and Wadi Malih. From there, the Jewish state extends to the northwest, at the border described in relation to the Arab state.