Oslo - Der
Friedensprozess im Nahen Osten
(auch Oslo-I oder Kairoer-Abkommen) wurde am 4.Mai 1994 in Kairo
unterzeichnet. Im Kern regelt das
Abkommen den Rückzug des israelischen Militärs aus dem Gaza-Streifen
und einem kleinen, etwa 65 Quadratkilometer umfassenden Gebiet um
die Stadt Jericho.
Das Abkommen garantiert den
Palästinensern die Selbstverwaltung in diesen beiden Räumen – so
übernehmen nach dem Rückzug der israelischen Armee palästinensische
Polizeikräfte den Schutz der öffentlichen Sicherheit. Die
Palästinenser können eine Autonomiebehörde aufbauen. Yassir Arafat
darf sich zwar, wenn er die Autonomiegebiete betritt, nicht als
"Präsident von Palästina" bezeichnen. Gemeinsam akzeptiert wird aber
der Titel "Vorsitzender der palästinensischen
Die neuen palästinensischen Zivilbehörden übernehmen die volle
Verantwortung für das Bildungs- und Gesundheitswesen, für die
Sozialfürsorge und den Tourismus. Die palästinensische
Selbstverwaltungsbehörde übernimmt aber auch Befugnisse auf dem
Gebiet der Justiz. Die palästinensische Rechtsprechung erstreckt
sich nicht auf israelische Bürger und auf israelische Siedlungen,
die im Gaza-Streifen auch weiterhin existieren und gewissermaßen
Autonomie in der Autonomiezone genießen.
Nach dem Abkommen kontrolliert Israel weiterhin auch die Grenze
des Gazastreifens zu Ägypten. Ebenfalls unter israelischer
Kontrolle verbleiben der gesamte Luftraum über den Autonomiegebieten
und die Seegrenze am Gaza-Streifen.
Die Hoheitsgewalt der palästinensischen Selbstverwaltungsbehörde
sich nicht auf äußere Sicherheit, die Sicherheit der Israelis in den
besetzten Gebieten, die Sicherheit der israelischen Siedlungen und
auswärtige Beziehungen erstreckt.
Das "Gaza-Jericho-Abkommen" regelt weiterhin Fragen der des
Handels, der Währungspolitik und der Besteuerung. Die Arbeit
palästinensischer Arbeitskräfte aus den Autonomiegebieten in Israel
wird auf eine gesetzliche Grundlage gestellt.
Das Gaza-Jericho-Abkommen erfüllt eine Verpflichtung aus der
gemeinsamen Prinzipienerklärung vom 13.
September 1993. Dort war bereits im Grundsatz - zeitlich als
"Phase A" bezeichnet - die Errichtung einer Selbstverwaltung im
Gaza-Streifen und im Gebiet um Jericho vereinbart worden. Das
"Gaza-Jericho-Abkommen" regelt die erforderlichen Details.
|Im Norden 7km, im Zentrum 5,5km,
im Süden 21,5km
||Rund 700.000 Menschen, über 60%
in den Städten. 5.400 Juden in den Siedlungen
||Rund 15.000 Menschen, in der
Mehrzahl Muslime, der Rest Christen
|Rund 480.000, die Hälfte davon
Bei Jericho zwei Flüchtlingslager
mit insgesamt rund 4000 Bewohnern
||Haupterwerbsquelle im Jordantal
allgemein und in Jericho im besonderen, mit Abnehmern auch in
Israel und Jordanien
||400.000 Touristen 1992. Nach
Bethlehem die meistbesuchte Stadt im Westjordanland.
Gaza-Strip / Chewel 'Asah
The Government of the State of Israel and the Palestine Liberation
Organization (hereinafter "the PLO"), the representative of the
Within the framework of the Middle East peace
process initiated at Madrid in October 1991;
Reaffirming their determination to live in peaceful
coexistence, mutual dignity and security, while recognizing their
mutual legitimate and political rights;
Reaffirming their desire to achieve a just, lasting and
comprehensive peace settlement through the agreed political process;
Reaffirming their adherence to the mutual recognition and
commitments expressed in the letters dated September 9, 1993 ,
signed by and exchanged between the Prime Minister of Israel and the
Chairman of the PLO;
Reaffirming their understanding that the interim
self-government arrangements, including the arrangements to apply in
the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area contained in this Agreement, are
an integral part of the whole peace process and that the
negotiations on the permanent status will lead to the implementation
of Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338;
Desirous of putting into effect the Declaration of Principles
on Interim Self-Government Arrangements signed at Washington, D.C.
on September 13, 1993, and the Agreed Minutes thereto (hereinafter
"the Declaration of Principles"), and in particular the Protocol on
withdrawal of Israeli forces from the Gaza Strip and the Jericho
Hereby agree to the following arrangements regarding the Gaza
Strip and the Jericho Area:
For the purpose of this Agreement: the Gaza Strip
and the Jericho Area are delineated on map No. 1 and map No. 2
attached to this Agreement;
"the Settlements" means the Gush Katif and Erez settlement areas, as
well as the other settlements in the Gaza Strip, as shown on
attached map No. 1;
"the Military Installation Area" means the Israeli military
installation area along the Egyptian border in the Gaza Strip, as
shown on map No. 1; and
the term "Israelis" shall also include Israeli statutory agencies
and corporations registered in Israel.
Scheduled withdrawl of Israeli Military Forces
Israel shall implement an accelerated and
scheduled withdrawal of Israeli military forces from the Gaza Strip
and from the Jericho Area to begin immediately with the signing of
this Agreement. Israel shall complete such withdrawal within three
weeks from this date.
Subject to the arrangements included in the Protocol Concerning
Withdrawal of Israeli Military Forces and Security Arrangements
attached as Annex I , the Israeli withdrawal shall include
evacuating all military bases and other fixed installations to be
handed over to the Palestinian Police, to be established pursuant to
Article IX below (hereinafter "the Palestinian Police").
In order to carry out Israel's responsibility for external security
and for internal security and public order of Settlements and
Israelis, Israel shall, concurrently with the withdrawal, redeploy
its remaining military forces to the Settlements and the Military
Installation Area, in accordance with the provisions of this
Agreement. Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, this
redeployment shall constitute full implementation of Article XIII of
the Declaration of Principles with regard to the Gaza Strip and the
Jericho Area only.
For the purposes of this Agreement, "Israeli military forces" may
include Israel police and other Israeli security forces.Israelis,
including Israeli military forces, may continue to use roads freely
within the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area. Palestinians may use
public roads crossing the Settlements freely, as provided for in
The Palestinian Police shall be deployed and shall assume
responsibility for public order and internal security of
Palestinians in accordance with this Agreement and Annex I.
Transfer of Authority
Israel shall transfer authority as specified in
this Agreement from the Israeli military government and its Civil
Administration to the Palestinian Authority, hereby established, in
accordance with Article V of this Agreement, except for the
authority that Israel shall continue to exercise as specified in
As regards the transfer and assumption of authority in civil
spheres, powers and responsibilities shall be transferred and
assumed as set out in the Protocol Concerning Civil Affairs attached
as Annex II. Arrangements for a smooth and peaceful transfer of the
agreed powers and responsibilities are set out in Annex II.
Upon the completion of the Israeli withdrawal and the transfer of
powers and responsibilities as detailed in paragraphs 1 and 2 above
and in Annex II, the Civil Administration in the Gaza Strip and the
Jericho Area will be dissolved and the Israeli military government
will be withdrawn. The withdrawal of the military government shall
not prevent it from continuing to exercise the powers and
responsibilities specified in this Agreement.
A Joint Civil Affairs Coordination and Cooperation Committee
(hereinafter "the CAC") and two Joint Regional Civil Affairs
Subcommittees for the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area respectively
shall be established in order to provide for coordination and
cooperation in civil affairs between the Palestinian Authority and
Israel, as detailed in Annex II.
The offices of the Palestinian Authority shall be located in the
Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area pending the inauguration of the
Council to be elected pursuant to the Declaration of Principles.
Structure and Composition of the Palestinian Authority
The Palestinian Authority will consist of one
body of 24 members which shall carry out and be responsible for all
the legislative and executive powers and responsibilities
transferred to it under this Agreement, in accordance with this
Article , and shall be responsible for the exercise of judicial
functions in accordance with Article VI, subparagraph 1.b. of this
The Palestinian Authority shall administer the departments
transferred to it and may establish, within its jurisdiction, other
departments and subordinate administrative units as necessary for
the fulfillment of its responsibilities. It shall determine its own
The PLO shall inform the Government of Israel of the names of the
members of the Palestinian Authority and any change of members.
Changes in the membership of the Palestinian Authority will take
effect upon an exchange of letters between the PLO and the
Government of Israel.Each member of the Palestinian Authority shall
enter into office upon undertaking to act in accordance with this
The authority of the Palestinian Authority
encompasses all matters that fall within its territorial, functional
and personal jurisdiction, as follows:
The territorial jurisdiction covers the Gaza Strip and the Jericho
Area territory, as defined in Article I, except for Settlements and
the Military Installation Area.Territorial jurisdiction shall
include land, subsoil and territorial waters, in accordance with the
provisions of this Agreement.
The functional jurisdiction encompasses all powers and
responsibilities as specified in this Agreement. This jurisdiction
does not include foreign relations, internal security and public
order of Settlements and the Military Installation Area and
Israelis, and external security.
The personal jurisdiction extends to all persons within the
territorial jurisdiction referred to above, except for Israelis,
unless otherwise provided in this Agreement.
The Palestinian Authority has, within its authority, legislative,
executive and judicial powers and responsibilities, as provided for
in this Agreement.
Israel has authority over the Settlements, the Military Installation
Area, Israelis, external security, internal security and public
order of Settlements, the Military Installation Area and Israelis,
and those agreed powers and responsibilities specified in this
Israel shall exercise its authority through its military government,
which, for that end, shall continue to have the necessary
legislative, judicial and executive powers and responsibilities, in
accordance with international law. This provision shall not derogate
from Israel's applicable legislation over Israelis in personam.
The exercise of authority with regard to the electromagnetic sphere
and airspace shall be in accordance with the provisions of this
The provisions of this Article are subject to the specific legal
arrangements detailed in the Protocol Concerning Legal Matters
attached as Annex III . Israel and the Palestinian Authority may
negotiate further legal arrangements. Israel and the Palestinian
Authority shall cooperate on matters of legal assistance in criminal
and civil matters through the legal subcommittee of the CAC.
Powers and Responsibilities of the Palestinian Authority
Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the
Palestinian Authority, within its jurisdiction:
has legislative powers as set out in Article VII of this Agreement,
well as executive powers;
will administer justice through an independent judiciary;
will have, inter alia, power to formulate policies, supervise their
implementation, employ staff, establish departments, authorities and
institutions, sue and be sued and conclude contracts; and
will have, inter alia, the power to keep and administer registers
and records of the population, and issue certificates, licenses and
In accordance with the Declaration of Principles, the Palestinian
Authority will not have powers and responsibilities in the sphere of
foreign relations, which sphere includes the establishment abroad of
embassies, consulates or other types of foreign missions and posts
or permitting their establishment in the Gaza Strip or the Jericho
Area, the appointment of or admission of diplomatic and consular
staff, and the exercise of diplomatic functions.
Notwithstanding the provisions of this paragraph, the PLO may
conduct negotiations and sign agreements with states or
international organizations for the benefit of the Palestinian
Authority in the following cases only:
economic agreements, as specifically provided in Annex IV of this
agreements with donor countries for the purpose of implementing
arrangements for the provision of assistance to the Palestinian
agreements for the purpose of implementing the regional development
plans detailed in Annex IV of the Declaration of Principles or in
agreements entered into in the framework of the multilateral
cultural, scientific and educational agreements.
Dealings between the Palestinian Authority and representatives of
foreign states and international organizations, as well as the
establishment in the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area of
representative offices other than those described in subparagraph
2.a. above, for the purpose of implementing the agreements referred
to in subparagraph 2.b. above, shall not be considered foreign
Legislative Powers of the Palestinian Authority
The Palestinian Authority will have the power,
within its jurisdiction, to promulgate legislation, including basic
laws, laws, regulations and other legislative acts.
Legislation promulgated by the Palestinian Authority shall be
consistent with the provisions of this Agreement.
Legislation promulgated by the Palestinian Authority shall be
communicated to a legislation subcommittee to be established by the
CAC (hereinafter "the Legislation Subcommittee"). During a period of
30 days from the communication of the legislation, Israel may
request that the Legislation Subcommittee decide whether such
legislation exceeds the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority or
is otherwise inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement.
Upon receipt of the Israeli request, the Legislation Subcommittee
shall decide, as an initial matter, on the entry into force of the
legislation pending its decision on the merits of the matter.
If the Legislation Subcommittee is unable to reach a decision with
regard to the entry into force of the legislation within 15 days,
this issue will be referred to a board of review. This board of
review shall be comprised of two judges, retired judges or senior
jurists (hereinafter "Judges"), one from each side, to be appointed
from a compiled list of three Judges proposed by each.
In order to expedite the proceedings before this board of review,
the two most senior Judges, one from each side, shall develop
written informal rules of procedure.
Legislation referred to the board of review shall enter into force
only if the board of review decides that it does not deal with a
security issue which falls under Israel's responsibility, that it
does not seriously threaten other significant Israeli interests
protected by this Agreement and that the entry into force of the
legislation could not cause irreparable damage or harm.
The Legislation Subcommittee shall attempt to reach a decision on
the merits of the matter within 30 days from the date of the Israeli
request. If this Subcommittee is unable to reach such a decision
within this period of 30 days, the matter shall be referred to the
Joint Israeli-Palestinian Liaison Committee referred to in Article
XV below (hereinafter "the Liaison Committee"). This Liaison
Committee will deal with the matter immediately and will attempt to
settle it within 30 days.
Where the legislation has not entered into force pursuant to
paragraphs 5 or 7 above, this situation shall be maintained pending
the decision of the Liaison Committee on the merits of the matter,
unless it has decided otherwise.
Laws and military orders in effect in the Gaza Strip or the Jericho
Area prior to the signing of this Agreement shall remain in force,
unless amended or abrogated in accordance with this Agreement.
Arrangements for Security and Public Order
In order to guarantee public order and internal security for the
Palestinians of the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area, the Palestinian
Authority shall establish a strong police force, as set out in
Article IX below. Israel shall continue to carry the responsibility
for defense against external threats, including the responsibility
for protecting the Egyptian border and the Jordanian line, and for
defense against external threats from the sea and from the air, as
well as the responsibility for overall security of Israelis and
Settlements, for the purpose of safeguarding their internal security
and public order, and will have all the powers to take the steps
necessary to meet this responsibility.
Agreed security arrangements and coordination mechanisms are
specified in Annex I.
A joint Coordination and Cooperation Committee for mutual security
purposes (hereinafter "the JSC"), as well as three joint District
Coordination and Cooperation Offices for the Gaza district, the Khan
Yunis district and the Jericho district respectively (hereinafter
"the DCOs") are hereby established as provided for in Annex I.
The security arrangements provided for in this Agreement and in
Annex I may be reviewed at the request of either Party and may be
amended by mutual agreement of the Parties. Specific review
arrangements are included in Annex I.
The Palestinian Directorate of Police Force
The Palestinian Authority shall establish a
strong police force, the Palestinian Directorate of Police Force
(hereinafter "the Palestinian Police"). The duties, functions,
structure, deployment and composition of the Palestinian Police,
together with provisions regarding its equipment and operation, are
set out in Annex I, Article III. Rules of conduct governing the
activities of the Palestinian Police are set out in Annex I, Article
Except for the Palestinian Police referred to in this Article and
the Israeli military forces, no other armed forces shall be
established or operate in the Gaza Strip or the Jericho Area.
Except for the arms, ammunition and equipment of the Palestinian
Police described in Annex I, Article III, and those of the Israeli
military forces, no organization or individual in the Gaza Strip and
the Jericho Area shall manufacture, sell, acquire, possess, import
or otherwise introduce into the Gaza Strip or the Jericho Area any
firearms, ammunition, weapons, explosives, gunpowder or any related
equipment, unless otherwise provided for in Annex I.
Arrangements for coordination between Israel and
the Palestinian Authority regarding the Gaza-Egypt and
Jericho-Jordan passages, as well as any other agreed international
crossings, are set out in Annex I, Article X.
Safe Passages between the Gaza Strip and the Jericho area
Arrangements for safe passage of persons and
transportation between the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area are set
out in Annex I, Article IX.
Relations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority
Israel and the Palestinian Authority shall seek
to foster mutual understanding and tolerance and shall accordingly
abstain from incitement, including hostile propaganda, against each
other and, without derogating from the principle of freedom of
expression, shall take legal measures to prevent such incitement by
any organizations, groups or individuals within their jurisdiction.
Without derogating from the other provisions of this Agreement,
Israel and the Palestinian Authority shall cooperate in combatting
criminal activity which may affect both sides, including offenses
related to trafficking in illegal drugs and psychotropic substances,
smuggling, and offenses against property, including offenses related
The economic relations between the two sides are
set out in the Protocol on Economic Relations signed in Paris on
April 29, 1994 and the Appendices thereto, certified copies of which
are attached as Annex IV, and will be governed by the relevant
provisions of this Agreement and its Annexes.
Human rights an the rule of law
Israel and the Palestinian Authority shall
exercise their powers and responsibilities pursuant to this
Agreement with due regard to internationally-accepted norms and
principles of human rights and the rule of law.
The Joint Israeli-Palestinian Liasion Committee
The Liaison Committee established pursuant to
Article X of the Declaration of Principles shall ensure the smooth
implementation of this Agreement. It shall deal with issues
requiring coordination, other issues of common interest and
The Liaison Committee shall be composed of an equal number of
members from each Party. It may add other technicians and experts as
The Liaison Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure, including
the frequency and place or places of its meetings.
The Liaison Committee shall reach its decisions by Agreement.
Liaison and Cooperation with Jordan and Egypt
Pursuant to Article XII of the Declaration of
Principles, the two Parties shall invite the Governments of Jordan
and Egypt to participate in establishing further liaison and
cooperation arrangements between the Government of Israel and the
Palestinian representatives on the one hand, and the Governments of
Jordan and Egypt on the other hand, to promote cooperation between
them. These arrangements shall include the constitution of a
The Continuing Committee shall decide by agreement on the modalities
of admission of persons displaced from the West Bank and the Gaza
Strip in 1967, together with necessary measures to prevent
disruption and disorder.
The Continuing Committee shall deal with other matters of common
Settlement of differences and disputes
Any difference relating to the application of
this Agreement shall be referred to the appropriate coordination and
cooperation mechanism established under this Agreement. The
provisions of Article XV of the Declaration of Principles shall
apply to any such difference which is not settled through the
appropriate coordination and cooperation mechanism, namely:
Disputes arising out of the application or interpretation of this
Agreement or any subsequent agreements pertaining to the interim
period shall be settled by negotiations through the Liaison
Disputes which cannot be settled by negotiations may be settled by a
mechanism of conciliation to be agreed between the Parties.
The Parties may agree to submit to arbitration disputes relating to
the interim period, which cannot be settled through conciliation. To
this end, upon the agreement of both Parties, the Parties will
establish an Arbitration Committee.
Prevention of hostile acts
Both sides shall take all measures necessary in
order to prevent acts of terrorism, crime and hostilities directed
against each other, against individuals falling under the other's
authority and against their property, and shall take legal measures
against offenders. In addition, the Palestinian side shall take all
measures necessary to prevent such hostile acts directed against the
Settlements, the infrastructure serving them and the Military
Installation Area, and the Israeli side shall take all measures
necessary to prevent such hostile acts emanating from the
Settlements and directed against Palestinians.
The Palestinian Authority shall cooperate with
Israel by providing all necessary assistance in the conduct of
searches by Israel within the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area for
missing Israelis, as well as by providing information about missing
Israelis. Israel shall cooperate with the Palestinian Authority in
searching for, and providing necessary information about, missing
Confidence building measures
With a view to creating a positive and supportive
public atmosphere to accompany the implementation of this Agreement,
and to establish a solid basis of mutual trust and good faith, both
Parties agree to carry out confidence building measures as detailed
Upon the signing of this Agreement, Israel will release, or turn
over, to the Palestinian Authority within a period of 5 weeks, about
5,000 Palestinian detainees and prisoners, residents of the West
Bank and the Gaza Strip. Those released will be free to return to
their homes anywhere in the West Bank or the Gaza Strip. Prisoners
turned over to the Palestinian Authority shall be obliged to remain
in the Gaza Strip or the Jericho Area for the remainder of their
After the signing of this Agreement, the two Parties shall continue
to negotiate the release of additional Palestinian prisoners and
detainees, building on agreed principles.
The implementation of the above measures will be subject to the
fulfillment of the procedures determined by Israeli law for the
release and transfer of detainees and prisoners.
With the assumption of Palestinian authority, the Palestinian side
commits itself to solving the problem of those Palestinians who were
in contact with the Israeli authorities. Until an agreed solution is
found, the Palestinian side undertakes not to prosecute these
Palestinians or to harm them in any way.
Palestinians from abroad whose entry into the Gaza Strip and the
Jericho Area is approved pursuant to this Agreement, and to whom the
provisions of this Article are applicable, will not be prosecuted
for offenses committed prior to September 13, 1993.
Temporary international presence
The Parties agree to a temporary international or
foreign presence in the Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area (hereinafter
"the TIP"), in accordance with the provisions of this Article .
The TIP shall consist of 400 qualified personnel, including
observers, instructors and other experts, from 5 or 6 of the donor
The two Parties shall request the donor countries to establish a
special fund to provide finance for the TIP.
The TIP will function for a period of 6 months. The TIP may extend
this period, or change the scope of its operation, with the
agreement of the two Parties.
The TIP shall be stationed and operate within the following cities
and villages: Gaza, Khan Yunis, Rafah, Deir El Ballah, Jabaliya,
Absan, Beit Hanun and Jericho.
Israel and the Palestinian Authority shall agree on a special
Protocol to implement this Article , with the goal of concluding
negotiations with the donor countries contributing personnel within
Rights, liabilities and obligations
The transfer of all powers and responsibilities
to the Palestinian Authority, as detailed in Annex II, includes all
related rights, liabilities and obligations arising with regard to
acts or omissions which occurred prior to the transfer. Israel will
cease to bear any financial responsibility regarding such acts or
omissions and the Palestinian Authority will bear all financial
responsibility for these and for its own functioning.
Any financial claim made in this regard against Israel will be
referred to the Palestinian Authority. Israel shall provide the
Palestinian Authority with the information it has regarding pending
and anticipated claims brought before any court or tribunal against
Israel in this regard.
Where legal proceedings are brought in respect of such a claim,
Israel will notify the Palestinian Authority and enable it to
participate in defending the claim and raise any arguments on its
behalf. In the event that an award is made against Israel by any
court or tribunal in respect of such a claim, the Palestinian
Authority shall reimburse Israel the full amount of the award.
Without prejudice to the above, where a court or tribunal hearing
such a claim finds that liability rests solely with an employee or
agent who acted beyond the scope of the powers assigned to him or
her, unlawfully or with willful malfeasance, the Palestinian
Authority shall not bear financial responsibility.
The transfer of authority in itself shall not affect rights,
liabilities and obligations of any person or legal entity, in
existence at the date of signing of this Agreement.
This Agreement shall enter into force on the date
of its signing.
The arrangements established by this Agreement shall remain in force
until and to the extent superseded by the Interim Agreement referred
to in the Declaration of Principles or any other agreement between
The five-year interim period referred to in the Declaration of
Principles commences on the date of the signing of this Agreement.
The Parties agree that, as long as this Agreement is in force, the
security fence erected by Israel around the Gaza Strip shall remain
in place and that the line demarcated by the fence, as shown on
attached map No. 1, shall be authoritative only for the purpose of
Nothing in this Agreement shall prejudice or preempt the outcome of
the negotiations on the interim agreement or on the permanent status
to be conducted pursuant to the Declaration of Principles. Neither
Party shall be deemed, by virtue of having entered into this
Agreement, to have renounced or waived any of its existing rights,
claims or positions.
The two Parties view the West Bank and the Gaza Strip as a single
territorial unit, the integrity of which will be preserved during
the interim period.
The Gaza Strip and the Jericho Area shall continue to be an integral
part of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and their status shall not
be changed for the period of this Agreement. Nothing in this
Agreement shall be considered to change this status.
The Preamble to this Agreement, and all Annexes, Appendices and maps
attached hereto, shall constitute an integral part hereof.
Done in Cairo this fourth day of May, 1994
For the Government of the State of Israel... ...
For the PLO... ...
The United States of America
The Russian Federation
The Arab Republic of Egypt
Annex I: Protocol concerning withdrawal of Israeli
military forces and security
Annex II: Protocol concerning civil affairs
Annex III: Protocol concerning legal matters