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Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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 Israel's Foreign Relations Vols 1-2: 1947-1974

ISRAEL'S FOREIGN RELATIONS

Selected Documents


Volumes 1-2 - 1947-1974


TABLE OF CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION

ISRAEL'S DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

HIGHLIGHTS OF MAIN EVENTS, 1947-1974

INDEX OF DOCUMENTS BY SUBJECT

I. FROM MANDATE TO INDEPENDENCE
II. THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE
III. THE ARMISTICE AGREEMENTS
IV. JERUSALEM AND THE HOLY PLACES
V. THE FAILURE OF THE ARMISTICE
VI. THE ARAB REFUGEES
VII. THE RIVER JORDAN
VIII. FREEDOM OF NAVIGATION
IX. THE SINAI CAMPAIGN
X. THE SECOND DECADE (1957-1967)
XI. THE SIX DAY WAR
XII. THE WAR OF ATTRITION AND THE CEASE FIRE
XIII. THE YOM KIPPUR WAR AND AFTERMATH

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY


I. FROM MANDATE TO INDEPENDENCE

  1. Request for a special session of the General Assembly on Palestine. Note from the British Government to the Secretary General of the UN, A/286, 2 April 1947.

  2. Speeches by Jewish Agency representatives in the General Assembly May 1947. (Abba Hillel Silver, Moshe Sharett, David Ben­Gurion).

  3. Creation of a Special Committee on Palestine, General Assembly Resolution 106 (S.I.), 15 May 1947.

  4. United Nations Special Committee on Palestine, Recommendations to the General Assembly, A/364, 3 September 1947.

  5. Statement to the Ad Hoc Political Committee by the British Colonial Secretary, Arthur Creech­Jones, 26 September 1947.

  6. Presentation of the Jewish case by representatives of the Jewish Agency, October. 1947. (Abba Hillel Silver, Chaim Weizmann).

  7. Statement to the Elected Assembly of Palestine Jewry by Mr. David Ben-Gurion, 2 October 1947.

  8. Future Government of Palestine, General Assembly Resolution 181 (II), 29 November 1947.

  9. The Arab reaction, speeches by representatives of Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Yemen.

  10. The U.S. proposes temporary trusteeship, 19 March 1948.

  11. Jewish reaction to the trusteeship idea (Abba Hillel Silver and David Ben-Gurion).

  12. Appointment of a United Nations Mediator, General Assembly Resolution 186 (S.II), 14 May 1948.

  13. Creation of a Conciliation Commission, General Assembly Resolution 194 (III), 11 December 1948.

  14. Admission of Israel to the United Nations, General Assembly Resolution 273 (III), 11 May 1949.

  15. Speech to the General Assembly by Foreign Minister Sharett, 11 May 1949.



II. THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE

  1. Call on Arab and Jewish groups to cease acts of violence, Security Council Resolution, S/714, 1 April 1948.

  2. Report to the Zionist General Council by David Ben­Gurion, 6 April 1948.

  3. Call for cessation of all military activities and violence in Palestine, Security Council Resolution S/723, 17 April 1948.

  4. Establishment of a United Nations Truce Commission for Palestine, Security Council Resolution S/727, 23 April 1948.

  5. Arab League declaration on the invasion of Palestine, 15 May 1948.

  6. Broadcast by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, on Sabbath, 15 May 1948.

  7. Letter from secretary-general Trygve Lie to the Powers on the situation in Palestine, 16 May 1948.

  8. Call to the parties to cease fire, Security Council Resolution S/773, 22 May 1948.

  9. Establishment of a truce, Security Council Resolution S/801, 29 May 1948.

  10. Report to the Provisional Government of Israel by Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Ben­Gurion, 3 June 1948.

  11. Israel accepts the truce. Letter from Ambassador Eban to the secretary-general (S/834), 10 June 1948.

  12. Report to the Provisional Government of Israel by Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Ben­Gurion on the military and political situation, 17 June 1948.

  13. Appeal to the parties to accept a prolongation of the truce, Security Council Resolution S/875, 7 July 1948.

  14. Agreement for the demilitarization of the Mount Scopus area, 7 July 1948.

  15. Order to the parties to issue cease­fire orders, Security Council Resolution S/902, 15 July 1948.

  16. Report to the State Council by Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Ben- Gurion, 2 July 1948.

  17. Report to the State Council by Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, 27 September 1948.

  18. Call upon the parties to withdraw their forces to positions held on 14 October, Security Council Resolution S/1070, 4 November 1948.

  19. Call for an immediate cease­fire, Security Council Resolution S/I 169, 29 December 1948.

  20. "Let us not glory", from a statement by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 12 January 1949.



III. THE ARMISTICE AGREEMENTS

  1. Establishment of an armistice, Security Council Resolution S/ 1080, 16 November 1948.

  2. Prime Minister Ben­Gurion report to the Cabinet, 18 November 1948.

  3. Israel accepts the armistice, reply to Acting Mediator Bunche, 18 November 1948.

  4. Israel-Egypt Armistice Agreement, 24 February 1949.

  5. Israel-Lebanon Armistice Agreement, 23 March 1949.

  6. Israel-Jordan Armistice Agreement, 3 April 1949.

  7. Israel-Syria Armistice Agreement, 20 July 1949.

  8. Letter from Dr. Bunche to the President of the Security Council, S/1357, 21 July 1949.

  9. Statement by Dr. Bunche to the Security Council, 4 August 1949.

  10. Statement by Ambassador Eban to the Security Council, 4 August 1949.

  11. Security Council endorses armistice agreements, Resolution S/1376, 11 August 1949.

  12. Tripartite Declaration on Security in the Middle East, 25 May 1950.



IV. JERUSALEM AND THE HOLY PLACES

  1. Jerusalem Facing the Danger of Destruction, statement to the Security Council by Moshe Sharett, 1 April 1948.

  2. Jerusalem Declared Israel­Occupied City, Government Proclamation, Official Gazette, No. 12, 2 August 1948.

  3. Israel Claims Jerusalem, Address by President Weizmann in Jerusalem, 1 December 1948.

  4. Jerusalem Military Government Abolished, Government Proclamation, Official Gazette, No. 48, 4 February 1949.

  5. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 5 December 1949.

  6. International Regime for Jerusalem, General Assembly Resolution 303 (IV), 9 December 1949.

  7. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 13 December 1949.

  8. Statement to the Trusteeship Council by Ambassador Eban, 20 February 1950.

  9. Draft Resolution Concerning an International Regime for the Holy Places, Proposed by Sweden, A/AC.38/163, 5 December 1950.

  10. Jordanian Annexation of West Bank, Resolution Adopted by the House of Deputies, Amman, 24 April 1950.

  11. Statement at the Western Wall by Defense Minister Dayan, 7 June 1967.

  12. Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's Address to Spiritual Leaders of all Communities in Jerusalem, 7 June 1967.

  13. Law and Administration Ordinance (Amendment No. 11) Law, 27 June 1967, Municipal Corporation Ordinance (Amendment) Law, 1967.

  14. Protection of Holy Places Law, 1967.

  15. Situation in Jerusalem, General Assembly Resolution 2253 (ES­V), 4 July 1967.

  16. Letter from Foreign Minister Eban to Secretary ­General U Thant on Jerusalem, 10 July 1967.

  17. Statement issued as the Conclusion of Conversations with the Vatican's special envoy, Monsignor Felici, 11 July, 1967.

  18. Report to the Secretary-General on Jerusalem (The Thalmann Report) A/6793, 12 September 1967.

  19. Government Statement on Payment for Repair of Damages Caused to Churches and Church Property in the wars since 1948, 11 September 1968.

  20. Letter from Foreign Minister Eban to Secretary-General U Thant on Jerusalem, 15 November 1971.

  21. Absentee's Property (Compensation) Law, 5733­1973, Minister of Justice Press Release, 12 August 1973.

  22. Israel's Relations with the Vatican, Communiqué Following the Audience Granted to Prime Minister Meir by Pope Paul VI, 15 January 1973, and excerpts from Statement in the Knesset by Foreign Minister Eban, 24 January 1973.



V. THE FAILURE OF THE ARMISTICE

  1. The Protocol of Lausanne, 12 May 1949.

  2. Israel's position on its frontiers, statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Sharett, 15 June 1949.

  3. Attitude of the parties on the territorial issues; Eighth Progress Report of the Palestine Conciliation Commission, A/1367/rev. 1, 23 October 1950.

  4. Admission of failure, Report of the Palestine Conciliation Commission to the Sixth Session of the General Assembly, A/1985.

  5. Aims of the Arab Boycott.

  6. The working of the boycott: Economic Brief, An­Nahar Arab Report, Vol. 11, No. 25, 21 June 1971.

  7. Reactions to the Arab Boycott.

  8. The answer to the Arab Boycott; excerpts from an article by Deputy Prime Minister Eban, Israel Yearbook, 1966.

  9. Statement to the Security Council by Ambassador Eban on Syrian incursions, 2 May 1951.

  10. Call for a cease­fire, Security Council Resolution S/2130, 8 May 1951

  11. Security Council Resolution S/2157, 18 May 1951.

  12. Israel objects to the Security Council approach, statement to the Council by Ambassador Eban, 18 May 1951.

  13. Israel welcomes the Egyptian revolution, statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 18 August 1952.

  14. Blue­Print for Peace, statement to the Ad Hoc Political Committee of the United Nations by Ambassador Eban, 1 December 1952.

  15. Jordan disregards armistice agreement obligations, letter from Ambassador Eban to Secretary-general Hammarskjold, S/3140, 23 November 1953.

  16. Letter from the Acting Representative of Israel to the President of the Security Council, S/3383, 5 September 1957.

  17. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Sharett on the Ma'aleh Akrabim incident, 24 March 1954.

  18. Statement to the Security Council by Ambassador Eban on the Gaza incident, 23 March 1955.

  19. Statements in the Security Council by Ambassador Eban on the Kinneret incident, 16 and 22 December 1955.

  20. Israel's Border and Security Problems, article by Chief of Staff Dayan in "Foreign Affairs", XXXIII (January 195 5), pp. 1­18.

  21. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Sharett, 18 October and Knesset Resolution, 20 October 1955.

  22. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 2 November 1955.

  23. Exchange of letters Ben­Gurion ­Eisenhower, 10 April 1956.

  24. Israel appeals to France, letter from Prime Minister Ben­Gurion to Prime Minister Guy Mollet, 12 April 1956.

  25. Letter from Ambassador Eban to the President of the Security Council, S/3603, 1 June 1956.

  26. Report of Secretary-general Hammarskjold to the Security Council S/3659, September 1956.

  27. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 15 October 1956.



VI. THE ARAB REFUGEES

  1. Assistance to the Palestine Refugees, General Assembly Resolution 212 (111), 19 November 1948.

  2. Statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Sharett, 15 June 1949.

  3. Palestine Conciliation Commission, Fourth Progress Report, A/922, 22 September 1949.

  4. United Nations Economic Survey Mission to the Middle East, Final Report, A/AC,25/6, 28 December 1949.

  5. Assistance to Palestine Refugees, General Assembly Resolution 302 (IV), 8 December 1949.

  6. Repatriation or Resettlement and Compensation, General Assembly Resolution 394 (V), 14 December 1950.

  7. Palestine Conciliation Commission, Progress Report to the United Nations General Assembly, A/ 1985, November 1951.

  8. Annual Report of the Director of UNRWA to the United Nations General Assembly, A/ 1905, October 1951.

  9. Statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Sharett, 4 November 1951.

  10. Statement to the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly by Ambassador Eban, 18 November 1955.

  11. Statement to the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly by Ambassador Eban, 17 November 1958.

  12. Proposals of the United Nations Secretary­General on Palestine Refugees, A/4121, 15 June 1959.

  13. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 27 October 1961.

  14. Statement to the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly by Foreign Minister Meir, 15 December 1961.

  15. Call for Direct Negotiations, Joint Draft Resolution of 16 Nations A/SPC/2.80/Rev. 1, 18 December 1961.

  16. Palestine Conciliation Commission, Nineteenth Progress Report, Addendum, the Joseph E. Johnson Mission, A/4921/add. 1, 22 November 1961.

16a. Exchange of letters constituting a provisional agreement concerning assistance to Palestine Refugees, 14 June 1967.
  1. Statement to the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly by Ambassador Comay, 9 December 1968.

  2. Palestine Arab Refugees, General Assembly Resolution 2535, 10 December 1969.

  3. Statement to the United Nations General Assembly by Ambassador Tekoah, 10 December 1969.

  4. The Situation in the Middle East, General Assembly Resolution 2628, 4 November 1970.

  5. Statement to the Special Political Committee of the United Nations General Assembly by Ambassador Tekoah, 25 November 1970.

  6. Statement to the United Nations General Assembly by Ambassador Tekoah, 13 December 1972.



VII. THE RIVER JORDAN

  1. Israel's Seven Year Plan, from "Data and Plans", submitted to the Jerusalem Conference, October 1953.

  2. Israel suspends work on River Jordan Project during examination by the Security Council, Security Council Resolution S/3128, 27 October 1953.

  3. Israel Water Rights; statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Sharett, 30 November 1953.

  4. Bid to Chief of Staff to reconcile Israel­Syria differences, Draft Resolution S/3151, presented to the Security Council, 16 December 1953.

  5. Syrian Complaint unfounded, Statement by Ambassador Eban to the Security Council, 17 December 1953.

  6. Statement by President Eisenhower on the Eric Johnston Mission to the Middle East, 16 October 1953.

  7. Israel's consultants views on the Johnson's proposals, Comments on the Main Plan by Board of Consultants on Water Development for Israel, 4 November 1953.

  8. Report by President Eisenhower to Congress on the Johnston Mission Department of State Publication 3618, July 1956.

  9. Letter from the Arab Higher Committee for Palestine concerning the Eric Johnston Scheme, 18 August 1955.

  10. The Johnston Mission fails, summary by General Burns and Ambassador Johnston.

  11. Arab Summit decides to divert headwaters. Statement of the Council of the Kings and Heads of State of the Arab League Member countries on its first session, Cairo, 13­17 January 1964.

  12. Israel Will Protect its Vital Interests, Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 21 January 1964.

  13. "United States Opposes Spite Diversion Projects", Letter from Assistant Secretary of State Frederick G. Dutton to Senator Kenneth B. Keating, 17 June 1964.

  14. The Arab design to Divert River Jordan Sources, in Al­Gumhouria, 24 October 1964.



VIII. FREEDOM OF NAVIGATION

  1. Egyptian Decree Regarding Navigation in the Suez Canal, 6 February 1950.

  2. Aide­Memoire from Egypt to the United States regarding passage through the Straits of Tiran, 28 January 1950.

  3. Israel's Complaint to the Security Council on the Suez Canal blockade, S/2241, 11 July 1951.

  4. Statements by representatives of the maritime powers on the Suez Canal blockade, August 1951.

  5. Freedom of Passage in the Suez Canal, Security Council Resolution S/2322, 1 September 1951.

  6. Israel's complaint to the Security Council concerning interference by Egypt with shipping to the Israeli port of Eilat on the Gulf of Aqaba, S/3168, 29 January 1954.

  7. Passage through the Suez Canal and the Straits of Tiran, New Zealand Draft Resolution S/3188/Corr. 1, 19 March 1954.

  8. Israel protests to the Security Council on the seizure of the Israeli ship Bat Galim and its confiscation, S/3296, 29 September 1954.

  9. Summary by the President of the Security Council, 13 January 1955.

  10. Situation created by the unilateral action of the Egyptian government in bringing to an end the system of international operation of the Suez Canal which was confirmed and completed by the Suez Canal Convention of 1888. Security Council Resolution S/3675, 13 October 1956.

  11. The Story of a Blockade, statement to the Security Council by Ambassador Eban, 13 October 1956.

  12. Statements by the representatives of the maritime powers at the United Nations on the Freedom of Navigation, March­April 1957.

  13. Continuing blockade of the Suez Canal, statement by Foreign Minister Meir to the General Assembly, 24 September 1959.

  14. Free passage through the Suez Canal, statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Meir, 2 December 1959.

  15. Egypt re-imposes a blockade on the Straits of Tiran, 23 May 1967.



IX. THE SINAI CAMPAIGN

  1. Foreign Ministry Statement, 29 October 1956.

  2. Address by Ambassador Eban to the General Assembly, 1 November 1956.

  3. General Assembly Resolution 997 (ES­1), 2 November 1956.

  4. General Assembly Resolution 999 (ES­1), 4 November 1956.

  5. Letter from Foreign Minister Meir to Secretary General Hammarskjold, 4 November 1956.

  6. General Assembly Resolution 1000 (ES­1), 5 November 1956.

  7. Exchange of letters Bulganin­Ben­Gurion, 5 and 8 November 1956.

  8. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 7 November 1956.

  9. Exchange of letters Eisenhower­Ben­Gurion, 7­8 November 1956.

  10. General Assembly Resolution 1001 (ES­1), 7 November 1956.

  11. General Assembly Resolution 1002 (ES­1), 7 November 1956.

  12. Israeli Government Statement, 8 November 1956.

  13. Letter from Foreign Minister Meir to Secretary General Hammarskjold, 8 November 1956.

  14. The second Bulganin­Ben­Gurion Exchange of letters, 15 and 17 November 1956.

  15. Address by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion to senior officers of the IDF, 29 November 1956.

  16. Aide­Memoire to the Secretary General of the United Nations from Ambassador Eban, 23 January 1957.

  17. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 23 January 1957.

  18. General Assembly Resolution 1124 (XI), 2 February 1957.

  19. Aide­Memoire to the Secretary-general from Ambassador Eban, 4 February 1957.

  20. Letter to the Secretary-general from Ambassador Eban, 5 February 1957.

  21. Letter from the Secretary-general to Ambassador Eban, 6 February 1957.

  22. Letter to the Secretary-general from Ambassador Eban, 10 February 1957.

  23. Aide­Memoire from Secretary of State Dulles to Ambassador Eban, 11 February 1957.

  24. Broadcast by President Eisenhower, 20 February 1957.

  25. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 21 February 1957.

  26. Statement to the General Assembly by Foreign Minister Meir, 1 March 1957.

  27. Statement to the General Assembly by the United States Representative Henry G. Lodge, 1 March 1957.

  28. Letter from President Eisenhower to Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 2 March 1957.

  29. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 5 March 1957.

  30. Letter from Prime Minister Ben­Gurion to President Eisenhower, 5 March 1957.

  31. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 13 March 1957.

  32. Exchange of letters, Ben­Gurion­Eisenhower, 13 and 16 March 1957.

  33. Joint statement Meir­Dulles, 18 March 1957.

  34. Statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Meir, 2 April 1957.

  35. Memorandum on UNEF by Secretary-general Hammarskjold, August 1957.



X. THE SECOND DECADE (1957­1967)

  1. Israel Committed to Peace, Address to the General Assembly by Foreign Minister Meir, 7 October 1957.

  2. Basic Policy of the Government of Israel, 17 December 1959.

  3. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion on the situation along the Israel­Syria border, 10 April 1962.

  4. Israel note to the Security Council concerning the Tripartite Arab Federation, 29 April 1963.

  5. Notes from the Prime Minister of Israel to Presidents and Prime Ministers following the establishment of the Arab Federation, 5 May 1963.

  6. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Ben­Gurion, 6 May 1963.

  7. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 24 June 1963.

  8. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 26 August 1963.

  9. Draft Resolution S/5407 submitted by the United Kingdom and the United States to the Security Council, 29 August 1963.

  10. Israel's Position on the Middle East Arms Race ­ Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 20 May 1964.

  11. National Covenant of the Palestine Liberation Organization, 28 May 1964.

  12. Government of Israel Statement following the second Arab Summit Conference, 13 September 1964.

  13. Israeli note to the Security Council following the second Arab Summit conference, S/5980, 18 September and S/6020, 19 October 1964.

  14. Draft Resolution S/6113 submitted by the United Kingdom and the United States to the Security Council, 17 December 1964.

  15. The Israeli Peace Plan, statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 17 May 1965.

  16. Statement to the General Assembly by Foreign Minister Meir, 17 October 1965.

  17. Statement by Foreign Minister Spokesman on border situation, 2 November 1965.

  18. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 12 January 1966.

  19. Statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Eban, 23 March 1966.

  20. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 18 May 1966.

  21. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 17 October 1966.

  22. Draft Resolution S/7568 submitted by the United Kingdom and the United States, 27 October 1966 and Draft Resolution S/7575/Rev. 1, submitted to the Security Council by the Argentine, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria and Uganda, 3 November 1966.

  23. Independence Day message by Prime Minister Eshkol, 13 May 1967.



XI. THE SIX DAY WAR

  1. Egypt's statement on troop movement into Sinai, 15 May 1967.

  2. Report of the Secretary-general on the withdrawal of the Emergency Force, A/6730/Add. 26 June 1967.

  3. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 22 May 1967.

  4. Egypt re-imposes a naval blockade on the Straits of Tiran, 23 May 1967.

  5. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 23 May 1967.

  6. Statement by President Johnson, 23 May 1967.

  7. Statement by President Nasser to Arab Trade Unionists, 26 May 1967.

  8. Statement by President Nasser to the Egyptian National Assembly, 29 May 1967.

  9. Exchange of letters Kosygin­Eshkol, 26 May and 1 June 1967.

  10. Excerpts from the Security Council debates, 24 May ­ 3 June 1967.

  11. Statement by the Council of Ministers of France on the Middle East, 2 June 1967.

  12. Broadcast to the Nation by Prime Minister Eshkol, 28 May 1967.

  13. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 29 May 1967.

  14. Government of Israel decision, 4 June 1967.

  15. Broadcast to the Nation by Prime Minister Eshkol, 5 June 1967.

  16. Message from Prime Minister Eshkol to King Hussein, 5 June 1967.

  17. Prime Minister Eshkol's note to Premier Kosygin, 5 June 1967.

  18. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 5 June 1967.

  19. Statement to the Security Council by Foreign Minister Eban, 6 June 1967.

  20. Security Council Resolution S/233, 6 June 1967.

  21. Security Council Resolution S/234, 7 June 1967.

  22. Security Council Resolution S/235, 9 June 1967.

  23. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 12 June 1967.

  24. Draft Resolution by the Soviet Union at the Emergency Session of the General Assembly, A/ 1.519, 19 June 1967.

  25. Statement to the General Assembly by Foreign Minister Eban, 19 June 1967.

  26. Address by President Johnson, 19 June 1967.

  27. Draft Resolution by the United States at the Emergency Session of the General Assembly, A/L. 520, 20 June 1967.

  28. Draft Resolution by Albania at the Emergency Session of the General Assembly, A/L. 521, 26 June 1967.

  29. Draft Resolution by Yugoslavia at the Emergency Session of the General Assembly, A/L. 522, 28 June 1967.

  30. Draft Resolution by 18 Latin­American Nations at the Emergency Session of the General Assembly, A/L. 523, 30 June 1967.

  31. Resolution adopted at the Arab Summit Conference at Khartoum, 1 September 1967.

  32. Security Council Resolution S/242, 22 November 1967.

  33. The Palestinian National Covenant, July 1968.



XII. THE WAR OF ATTRITION AND THE CEASE FIRE

  1. Statement by Prime Minister Eshkol, 27 June 1967.

  2. Statements Clarifying the Meaning of Resolution 242: (United Kingdom) Lord Caradon, Michael Stewart, George Brown, (U.S.) Arthur Goldberg, President Johnson, Joseph Sisco, Eugene V. Rostow (US . SR) Vasily Kuznetsov (Brazil) Geraldo de Carvallio Silos.

  3. The Jarring Mission, the first phase, Excerpts from Report by Secretary General U Thant, S/ 10070, 4 January 1971.

  4. The Nine­Point Peace Plan, statement to the General Assembly by Foreign Minister Eban, 8 October 1968.

  5. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 11 November 1968.

  6. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Eshkol, 31 December 1968.

  7. Nasser Terminates the Cease Fire, statements of 30 March and 1 May 1969.

  8. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 5 May 1969.

  9. Statement by Secretary of State Rogers, 9 December 1969.

  10. Israel Rejects the Rogers Plan, Cabinet Statement, 22 December 1969.

  11. Basic Foreign Policy Principles of the Government, 15 December 1969.

  12. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 15 December 1969.

  13. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 29 December 1969.

  14. Soviet Involvement in the War of Attrition, Government Statement, 29 April 1970.

  15. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 26 May 1970.

  16. The Second United States initiative, 19 June 1970.

  17. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 29 June 1970.

  18. Israel Accepts the United States initiative, Government Statement, 31 July 1970.

  19. Israel's Reply to the United States Government, 4 August 1970.

  20. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 4 August 1970.

  21. Broadcast to the Nation by Prime Minister Meir, 7 August 1970.

  22. Statement to the Knesset by Defense Minister Dayan, 13 August 1970.

  23. Israel Suspends its Participation in the Jarring Talks, Interview with Prime Minister Meir, 21 September 1970.

  24. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 16 November 1970.

  25. Israel Resumes Participation in the Jarring Talks, Government Decision, 28 December 1970.

  26. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 29 December 1970.

  27. The Jarring Mission, phase II, report to the Security Council by Secretary General U Thant, S/ 10070, 4 January 1971.

  28. The Jarring initiative and responses, 9 February 197 1.

  29. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir on the Interim Agreement, 9 February 1971.

  30. Statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Eban, 17 February 1971.

  31. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 16 March 1971.

  32. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 9 June 1971.

  33. Statement to the General Assembly by Secretary of State Rogers, 4 October 1971.

  34. Statement by Prime Minister Meir on the Interim Agreement, 6 October 1971.

  35. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 26 October 1971.

  36. King Hussein's Federal Plan, 15 March 1972.

  37. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 16 March 1972; and the Knesset Resolution.

  38. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 26 July 1972.

  39. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 16 October 1972.

  40. Statement by the Prime Minister on the Palestinian Issue, 12 April 1973.

  41. Statement to the Knesset by Foreign Minister Eban on the Palestinian Issue, 18 July 1973.

  42. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 25 July 1973.



XIII. THE YOM KIPPUR WAR AND AFTERMATH

  1. UNTSO reports on Outbreak of hostilities, S/7930/Add. 2141, 2142, 6 October 1972.

  2. Broadcast to the Nation by Prime Minister Meir, 6 October 1973.

  3. Press Conference by Defense Minister Dayan, 6 October 1973.

  4. Statement to the General Assembly by Foreign Minister Eban, 8 October 1973.

  5. Televised Press Conference with Prime Minister Meir, 10 October 1973.

  6. Press Conference by U.S. Secretary of State Kissinger, 12 October 1973.

  7. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 16 October 1973 and the Knesset Resolution.

  8. Security Council Resolution 338, 22 October 1973.

  9. Israel Accepts the Cease Fire, Cabinet Decision, 22 October 1973.

  10. Egypt Accepts the Cease Fire, Egypt's Statement, 22 October 1973.

  11. Syria Accepts the Cease Fire, 23 October 1973.

  12. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 23 October 1973.

  13. Security Council Resolution 339, 23 October 1973.

  14. Security Council Resolution 340, 25 October 1973.

  15. The United Nations Emergency Force, Report by Secretary General Waldheim, A.B. 42/22.10.73, 26 October 1973.

  16. Statements by European Community Foreign Ministers, 6 November 1973, and by Foreign Minister Eban, 9 November 1973.

  17. The Six­Point Israel­Egypt Agreement, 11 November 1973.

  18. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 13 November 1973.

  19. Declaration of the Arab Summit Conference at Algiers, 28 November 1973, and secret resolutions of the Algiers Summit.

  20. Security Council Resolution 344, 15 December 1973.

  21. Addresses at the opening meeting of the Geneva Peace Conference, 21 December 1973 ­ Waldheim, Gromyko, Kissinger, Fahmy, Rifai, Eban.

  22. Statement by Secretary General Waldheim on the Conclusion of the Geneva Peace Conference, 22 December 1973.

  23. Separation of Forces Agreement, Israel Government Statement, 18 January 1974, text of the agreement.

  24. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 22 January 1974.

  25. Statement by the Prime Minister on receipt of List of Israeli Prisoners of War in Syria, 27 February 1974.

  26. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 10 March 1974.

  27. Basic Principles of the Government, 10 March 1974.

  28. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 20 May 1974.

  29. Agreement on Disengagement of Forces Between Israel and Syria, 31 May 1974.

  30. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Meir, 30 May 1974.

  31. Statement to the Knesset by Prime Minister Rabin, 3 June 1974.


 
 
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