Article 6 Transport and Telecommunications The parties recognize the rights, privileges and obligations of the air agreements to which they are parties, including the 1944 International Civil Aviation Agreement (“Chicago Convention”) and the 1944 International Air Services Agreement. Following the provisional revocation, any declaration of national emergency by one party, pursuant to Section 89 of the Chicago Convention, is not applied in a discriminatory manner to the other party. Egypt agrees that the use of Israel`s airfields near El-Arish, Rafah, Ras El-Nagb and Sharm El-Sheikh can only be applied for civilian purposes, including possible commercial exploitation by all nations. The parties will begin negotiations for a civil aviation agreement as soon as possible and no later than six months after the closing date of the provisional withdrawal. The contracting parties are re-operating and maintaining the roads and railways between their countries and are considering other road and rail links. The contracting parties also agree that a highway will be built and maintained between Egypt, Israel and Jordan, near Eilat, with a guaranteed free and peaceful passage of people, vehicles and goods between Egypt and Jordan, without prejudice to their sovereignty over the part of the highway that is located on their respective territory. Following the interim withdrawal, cable, cable, radio and satellite relay services are implemented between the two parties in accordance with all relevant international conventions and regulations. Following the interim withdrawal, each contracting party grants normal access to its ports to the ships and cargoes of other vessels, as well as to ships and cargo destined for or from the other destination. This access is granted under the same conditions that generally apply to ships and cargoes from other countries.

Article 5 of the peace treaty is implemented after the exchange of the instruments for ratification of that treaty. The agreement states that conflicts between countries “must not be resolved by military force, but by peaceful means.” [1] It also called for “a further withdrawal in Sinai and a new UN buffer zone.” [2] The agreement thus strengthened Israel`s and Egypt`s commitment to comply with UN Resolution 338 and strengthened diplomatic relations between Egypt, Israel and the United States. [3] Article 2 Economic and Trade Relations The parties agree to remove all discriminatory barriers to normal economic relations and to end the economic boycott of each other following the interim withdrawal. The parties will enter into negotiations as soon as possible and no later than six months after the closing of the provisional withdrawal for the conclusion of a trade and trade agreement to promote economic relations. The resumption of full sovereignty over Sinai in accordance with Article I, paragraph 2 of Egypt`s Article I will take place for each territory after Israel`s withdrawal from the territory. Article IV It is agreed between the parties that the Article IV review, paragraph 4, will be carried out at the request of one of the parties from three months after such a request, but that any changes can only be made with the mutual agreement of the parties.