Permanent Status

Some articles on permanent status, permanent, status:

Economic Cooperation Foundation
... in the political, economic, and civil society spheres in support of creating a sustainable Permanent Status based on a two-state solution ... the first jointly developed detailed concept of a comprehensive Permanent Status Understanding between Israel and a Palestinian State ... of ECF were central to the drafting of the Geneva Accord, the most detailed proposal for a Permanent Status Accord negotiated by those with close relations to both the Israeli and Palestinian ...
List Of Naval Officer Designators
... Fourth Digit Commission 0 An officer of the Regular Navy whose permanent grade is Ensign or above 1 An officer of the Regular Navy whose permanent status is ...
List Of Sovereign States - List of States
... UN System Sovereignty dispute Further information on status and recognition of sovereignty A AAA A AAA A AAA ZZZ↓ UN member states or observer states ↓ A AAA ZZZ ZZZAbkhazia → Abkhazia ... state A None Indonesia has 3 provinces with official special autonomy status Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, Papua, and West Papua ... Israel no longer has a permanent military presence in the Gaza Strip, following its unilateral disengagement, but is still considered the occupying power ...
Sharm El-Sheikh Memorandum
... Commitments of Agreements Signed and the Resumption of Permanent Status Negotiations was a memorandum signed on September 4, 1999 by Prime Minister of Israel Ehud ... The two sides agreed to resume Permanent Status negotiations to reach a Permanent Status Agreement ... They reaffirmed that negotiations on the Permanent Status would lead to the implementation of Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338 ...

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