The Madrid Framework- Diagram
Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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 The Madrid Framework- Diagram

10/31/1999

 GUIDE TO THE MIDEAST PEACE PROCESS
  CONTENTS | MADRID | BILATERAL | MULTILATERAL | FRUITS | FUTURE
 
The Madrid Framework


Inaugurated at the
MADRID CONFERENCE

October 30 - November 1, 1991


BILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS
Israel- Palestinians Israel- Jordan Israel- Syria Israel- Lebanon
Interim Self- Government Arrangements for 5 years


Permanent Status Peace Treaty Signed: Oct 26, 1994 Peace Treaty Peace Treaty
  • The purpose of the bilateral negotiations is to resolve the conflicts of the past.
  • The goal of the talks with the Arab states is to conclude bilateral peace treaties.
  • The talks with the Palestinians are aimed at achieving a settlement in two stages, over five years.



MULTILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS
Steering Committee
Working Groups
Economic Cooperation & Development Environment Water Refugees Arms Control & Regional Security
  • The purpose of the multilateral talks is to build the Middle East of the future.

  • Issues of regional ocncern are discussed in a forum which fosters cooperation and builds confidence between the parties.
 
 
 
 
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