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Displaced Persons - 1967 (3/5/95)

  1. Delegations from Israel, PLO, Jordan and Egypt met in Amman on March 7th, 1995, as the Continuing Committee for the purpose of deciding by agreement the modalities of admission of Palestinians displaced from the West Bank and the Gaza Strip in 1967, together with necessary measures to prevent disruption and disorder and other matters of common concern.

  2. The Ministerial meeting based its frame of reference on the DOP and its Annexes, and Agreed Minutes, and on parallel clauses pertaining to displaced persons in the Jordanian-Israeli Peace Treaty, and in the Camp David Accords.

  3. The four Parties agreed on the structure of the Continuing Committee for the displaced persons, and other matters of common concern, which would meet at Ministerial and technical levels. With regard to the technical level, it was agreed that each delegation is to be composed of three permanent members at senior level, joined by experts as needed. The venue of the meetings of the technical committee would be by rotation. The first meeting will be convened within a month from today. Thereafter, meetings will be held normally every three weeks. Meetings at the Ministerial level will be held by rotation every two/three months. The technical level will report to the Ministerial level.

  4. Relevant confidence building measures shall be discussed in the Continuing Committee.

  5. The Ministerial Committee reaffirms its commitment to the speedy solution of this question to enhance the Peace Process.

Source: Israeli Foreign Ministry