Security / What the Parties Gain from an Agreement

Both Parties​

  • Formal end to conflict and claims

  • Expanded security cooperation with upgraded internal and border security systems

  • Enhanced regional political and security cooperation

  • Long term U.S. and international aid and commitments

Israel

  • Right to defend itself, by itself, with U.S. support

  • Gradual redeployment based on Palestinian performance

  • Permanent West Bank security presence, through early-warning stations, remote monitoring and potential limited force in Jordan Valley

  • IDF redeployed from outlying settlements to focus on national defense

Palestinian State

  • Recognition of Palestinian statehood and sovereignty

  • Immediate reduction of Israeli intrusion into Palestinian life

  • Clear timetable for Israeli withdrawal

  • Multiparty mechanism for resolving disputes to ensure adherence to timeline

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