CIA releases Camp David Accords documents

The CIA have made public previously secret documents regarding the Camp David Accords between the U.S., Egypt and Israel.

CIA releases Camp David Accords documents

World Bulletin / News Desk

1,400 pages of intelligence documents surrounding the Camp David Accords, which ended the Israeli-Egyptian war, have been declassified by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

The documents contain details of diplomatic meetings at Camp David between former president Jimmy Carter, the then-Egyptian president Anwar Sadat and the Israeli leader Menachem Begin, covering a period from 1977 to March 1979.

Along with the transcripts of the 13-day summit, the documents also include personality profiles of the Israeli and Egyptian leaders, summaries, intel about Arab talks, disputes between Israeli parties and Jordan’s influence in the peace process.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 14 Kasım 2013, 16:55