Camp David Accords

The Camp David Accords were signed by Egyptian president Anwar el Sadat and Israeli prime minister Menachem. they began on September 17 1978, Following thirteen days of secret negotiations at camp David. The two framework agreements were signed at the white house and were witnessed by the U.S. president Jimmy Carter. The second of these frameworks led directly to the 1979 Egypt-Israel peace treaty. Due to the agreement, Sadat and Begin received the shared 1978 Nobel Peace President.

The first treaty's between Israel and its Arab neighbor. This treaty called for establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Egypt. Israel agreed to return Sinai to Egypt, Sinai was returned by 1982. This treaty had a huge impact on the agreement to peace on Israel and Egypt. Israel and Egypt also agreed to negotiate Palestinian problems.

Israeli prime minister Menachem begin and President Carter at the white house

presidents Carter and Sadat at the Camp David summit

The First Lady greets Prime Minister Begin at Camp David

historic signing of the Camp David Accords on Sunday evening on the east wing of the white house