Disputes arising from the application or interpretation of this agreement or related agreements related to the transition period are resolved through the Liaison Committee. Disputes that cannot be resolved through negotiations can be resolved through a mediation mechanism to be agreed upon between the parties. In a paradox that was part of one of the most complex regions of the world, the Middle East has moved closer to peace in the new millennium – but also closer to possible conflicts – than it has been for some time. Seven years after the start of the Oslo peace process, Israelis and Palestinians have finally begun to address the most difficult issues between them. Even after the failure of their peace talks at Camp David last July, the two sides are closer than ever to a final peace settlement and both sides remain determined to continue their intense and unprecedented efforts to reach a comprehensive agreement. On the Syrian front, Israel`s unconditional withdrawal from Lebanon last May ended more than 20 years of conflict, and the first peace talks with Damascus in more than four years raised hopes of a possible contract that would finally end Israel`s state of war with its two northern neighbours. In Jordan and Morocco, successful changes of direction after the deaths of popular monarchs have shown that transfers of power in the Arab world – like Syrian observers – do not have to cause upheaval. And in Iran, the leaders continued their new strategy of cooperation with the Gulf Arab countries instead of destabilizing them, and a convincing election victory of the moderates showed a genuine public desire for liberalization and change. Iranian leaders have strongly criticized the agreements. It`s more than words in the air. The “Abraham Accords” put Iran`s leaders in a new position. Until now, the resistance of Western governments has been mainly verbal, the only problems being nuclear weapons and sanctions, but the new situation really gives headaches.
In addition, there are internal protests in Iran, where some courageous Iranians, despite the efforts of the state security authorities to silence the people and neutralize the opposition, are still ready to express their public opinion. Relations between the Council and representatives of foreign states and international organizations, as well as the creation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip of representations other than those covered in paragraph 5 (a) above, for the implementation of the agreements covered in paragraph 5.b above, are not considered to be under external relations. Subject to the provisions of this agreement, the Council has, within its jurisdiction, an independent judicial system composed of independent Palestinian courts. The conference, supported by the United States and the Soviet Union, aimed to continue the Egypt-Israeli treaty by encouraging other Arab countries to sign their own agreements with Israel. Neither UNITED Nations Resolution 242 (1967), Resolution 478 (1980) nor the Oslo Accords (1993) mention Palestine as a state. Indeed, it was not until 2002 – as part of the Arab peace initiative – that the Council of the League of Arab States called for the “creation of a sovereign independent Palestinian state”. January 1, 2020 – Trump presents his full mid-core plan in Washington, alongside Netanyahu.