An Agreement By Israel To Return The Sinai To Egypt
2. They shall agree on the advisability of cultural exchange in all fields and, as soon as possible and no later than six months after the end of the provisional withdrawal, they shall then inform the negotiations with a view to concluding a cultural agreement to that effect. 3. The Joint Committee shall monitor the implementation of the schemes described in Annex I and this Appendix. To this end, it shall be reviewed by mutual agreement between the Parties: 4. The security measures provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article may be reviewed and amended by mutual agreement at the request of one of the Parties. Representatives of the group had told U.S. diplomats that they had no intention of revoking the contract.  As Israel received additional U.S. aid for withdrawal, Israel abandoned much of its strategic depth in Sinai and returned it to a neighbor who had repeatedly used it as a starting point for attacks. Israel has also given up direct control of its shipping lanes to and from Eilat, 1,000 miles of roads, houses, factories, hotels, health facilities and farming villages.
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