Wadi Araba Agreement


    Of course, the site also stressed that the peace agreement also included a set of protocols that created a mutually beneficial framework for relations in areas such as trade, transport, tourism, communications, energy, culture, culture, navigation, environment, health and agriculture, as well as cooperation agreements for the Jordan Valley and the Aqaba-Eilat region. After the agreements, Israel and Jordan opened their borders. Several border crossings have been erected, allowing tourists, businessmen and workers to travel between the two countries. [16] Israeli tourists began to visit Jordan, many visited the Sela ha`adom (“Red Rock”) of Petra – a stone-carved Nabataean city that had fascinated Israelis in the 1950s and 1960s and which often attracted adventurers to come quietly. Excerpts from the signing of the peace agreement with Jordan in a video clip of the newspaper Channel 2, 1994 But even Israel, where the agreement is widely appreciated and where the government often leads its peace with the Hashemite empire as a model for future agreements of interest with other Arab states, did not organize events for the anniversary. In October 2018, Jordan notified Israel of its intention not to renew land leased under Schedule I of the agreement. The Annex granted Jordan the right not to renew the lease of Naharayim (Baqoura) and Tzofar/Al Ghamr after 25 years, since a termination took place a year earlier. [25] “In the medium and long term, however, I think he is in danger. Jordan and Israel could reach a point where the agreement is no longer valuable. In 1987, Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres and King Hussein secretly attempted to conclude a peace agreement in which Israel would grant the West Bank to Jordan. They signed an agreement setting a framework for a Middle East peace conference. The proposal was not fully presented following the objection of Israeli Prime Minister Jitzchak Shamir. The following year, Jordan renounced the West Bank in favour of a peaceful solution between Israel and the PLO.

    [3] [4] Egypt welcomed the agreement, while Syria ignored it. The Lebanese Hezbollah militia withstood the treaty and fired mortars and rockets at towns 20 minutes before the ceremony. [8] Israeli residents, forced to evacuate cities for shelter security, took away transistor radios and mobile televisions so as not to miss the historic moment of the signing of a second peace treaty with an Arab state. [Citation required] Netanyahu is once again prime minister, but a quarter of a century after the signing of the historic peace agreement between the Jewish state and the Hashemite kingdom, no country is doing anything important to celebrate the historic milestone. Discussions began in 1994. Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Foreign Minister Shimon Peres told King Hussein that Jordan could be “excluded from the big game” after the Oslo accords with the PLO.