Oslo I Accord  

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The Oslo I Accord or Oslo I, officially called the Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government Arrangements or short Declaration of Principles (DOP), was an attempt in 1993 to set up a framework that would lead to the resolution of the ongoing Israeli–Palestinian conflict. It was the first face-to-face agreement between the government of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

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  • Ahmed Qurei alias Abu Ala—PLO negotiator during the Oslo peace process
  • Yossi Beilin—Israeli negotiator during the Oslo peace process
  • Jan Egeland—Norwegian Deputy Foreign Minister, provided political cover, facilities and finances for the negotiations
  • Yair Hirschfeld—Israeli negotiator during the Oslo peace process
  • Johan Jørgen Holst—Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Mona Juul—Norwegian facilitator during the negotiations
  • Ron Pundak—formed first Israeli negotiating team with Hirschfeld, before official Israeli involvement
  • Uri Savir—former Director General of the Israeli Foreign Ministry, was Head of the Israeli negotiating team




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