To mark the 35th anniversary of the signing of the treaty, the Israel State Archives presents a special publication, which includes 67 documents, 18 of them in English, recording crucial stages in the diplomatic contacts leading up to the Camp David summit conference, the conference itself and the negotiations on the treaty before the actual signing in Washington.
35 Years since the Signing of the Peace Treaty between Egypt and Israel: A New Publication by the Israel State Archives
35 Years After the Visit of Egyptian President Anwar el-Sadat in Israel – "No More War": The Peace Plan of the Israeli Government and President Sadat's Journey to Jerusalem, November 1977
"No more wars, no more bloodshed and no more threats".
Israel-Turkey Relations, 1961–1967
On 13 December 1964 Zeev Shek, director of the Western European division in the Israeli Foreign Ministry, wrote to Moshe Sasson, the Israeli minister in Ankara, about Turkish-Israeli relations as he saw them, summing up: "The Turks want everything from us. They see the fact that they are kind enough to accept [what we give] – as a sufficient reward, and are not willing to give us anything more. This attitude does not arise, God forbid, from lack of love for us, but more from the desire not to lose what might be lost from the Arabs".