A Substantial Piece of Peace

September 1975
Time;9/8/1975, Vol. 106 Issue 10, p27
The article focuses on the peace agreement between the Israel and Egypt with the involvement of the U.S. through the effort of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. It states that the agreement will benefit both the two countries with regards to national security, and petroleum industry and military advancements. It mentions that the pact covers understandings concerning various matters which will promote improvement in both countries including the strategic plans for Israeli and Egyptian troops with the help of the United Nations (UN) Emergency forces, the appropriation of 72 oils wells from Israel to Egypt for improvement of the petroleum industry, and the assistance which will be given by American technicians to guard electronic listening posts within the area of Giddi and Mitla passes.


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