Peace Treaty Ending Yom Kippur War Signed Between Egypt and Israel Hot

Peace Treaty Ending Yom Kippur War Signed Between Egypt and Israel

Egyptian forces crossing the Suez Canal on October 7, 1973
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A peace treaty is signed between Egypt and Israel, formally ending the Yom Kippur War which started and ended nearly six years ago. The treaty is a product of the 1978 Camp David Accords and requires both states to recognize each other and end the state of war which has existed between Israel and Egypt since 1948.

In exchange for recognizing the existence of Israel as a state and ending war with Israel, the United States will start providing military and economic aid to Egypt as well as political support for its governments.


IDF Sinai counterattack 1973 Yom Kippur War

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