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Gaza-Jericho First Option

GAZA-JERICHO FIRST OPTION

Phrase utilized to designate the accord on limited autonomy for the Gaza Strip and the zone of Jericho, concluded between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators on 28 August 1993 as part of the Oslo Accords and signed on 13 September 1993 in Washington by Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization.

SEE ALSO Gaza Strip; Oslo Accords; Oslo Accords II; Palestine Liberation Organization.

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