(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
Forty years ago, Egypt and Israel made peace with each other. The deal was signed on 17. September 1978, and Birth Assistant was the then President of the United States, Jimmy Carter. Getting the Israeli leader, Menachem Begin, and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat to meet for the last hectic negotiations at the US presidential office, Camp David, and even get them to sign their signatures is not without reason considered a major diplomatic breakthrough. And it is also considered to be one of Carter's biggest accomplishments over the four years in the White House.
However, one can also see the agreement. . .
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