It culminated a year later with the Camp David agreements, negotiated by the United States, signed by Sadat and Begin in September 1978, which provided for a genuine peace treaty between the two nations within three months. In November 1977, the Egyptian head of state visited Jerusalem for peace talks, becoming the first Arab head of state to visit the Jewish nation. The exploratory talks between Mr. Carter and foreign minister Cyrus Vance gave a fundamental plan to revive the peace process on the basis of a Geneva peace conference and presented three main objectives for Arab-Israeli peace: the Arab recognition of Israel`s right to peace, Israel`s withdrawal from the occupied territories, won by six-day negotiations with neighbouring Arab nations , to ensure that Israel`s security is not compromised and the guarantee of a sharing Jerusalem is guaranteed.  Relations between Egypt and Israel have improved since 2017, when Donald Trump became president and Mohammed bin Salman became Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. The United States, Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia all want the Palestinian Authority and Israel to sign a final peace agreement. However, so far, this perspective has been treated with intransigence and hostility on both sides. This treaty was met with enormous controversy in the Arab world, where it was condemned and considered a sting in the back. The Palestinians were particularly outraged, and the head of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Jasser Arafat, said: “Let them sign what they want.
False peace will not stop.  On the other hand, the treaty led both Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin to share the 1978 Nobel Peace Prize for peace between the two states. However, as a result of the treaty, Egypt was suspended from the Arab League in 1979-1989 and Sadat was assassinated on 6 October 1981 by members of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.  Sadat and Begin were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1978 for their achievements. Sadaat`s peace efforts were not so appreciated in the Arab world – Egypt was suspended by the Arab League and on 6 October 1981, Muslim extremists murdered in Sadat, Cairo. Nevertheless, the peace process continued without Sadat, and in 1982 Egypt officially entered into diplomatic relations with Israel. The Camp David Agreements were some political agreements signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on September 17, 1978 after twelve days of secret negotiations at Camp David, the site of the U.S. President`s withdrawal in Maryland.  The two framework agreements were signed at the White House and were attested by President Jimmy Carter. The second framework (a framework for the conclusion of a peace treaty between Egypt and Israel) led directly to the 1979 peace agreement between Egypt and Israel. Under the agreement, Sadat and Begin were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1978.
The first framework (a framework for peace in the Middle East) dealing with the Palestinian territories was written without the participation of the Palestinians and condemned by the United Nations. As part of the agreement, the United States began with economic and military assistance to Egypt and political support to its successive governments. Among the Camp David peace accords from 1978 to 2000, the United States subsidized the Egyptian armed forces with more than $38 billion in aid. Egypt receives about $1.3 billion a year.  The Egypt-Israeli Peace Treaty (Arabic: Mu“hadat as-Sal`m al-Misréyah al-Isr`l`yah; Heskem HaShalom Bein Yisrael LeMitzrayim was appointed on March 26, 1979 in Washington, D.C.