Israelis and Palestinians CAN make deals

Israel, Palestinian Authority Sign Water Cooperation Agreement
by Staff
January 17, 2017

Israel and the Palestinian Authority signed a water cooperation agreement on Sunday, the fourth major infrastructure deal agreed to in the past year and a half. The agreement, which will restart the Israeli–Palestinian Joint Water Committee, was signed by Gen. Yoav Mordechai, head of the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories (COGAT) office, and Hussein al-Sheikh, the Palestinian Authority’s Civil Affairs Minister. The committee is charged with modernizing the water infrastructure in the West Bank, giving Palestinian villages and towns better access to water. The committee had been created as temporary measure by the Oslo II interim agreement in 1995, and was supposed to operate for five years. It last met six years ago. READ MORE

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