The second part of the framework dealt with Israeli-Egyptian relations, the content of which was elaborated in the second framework between Egypt and Israel. The third part, „Associated Principles“, explained principles that should apply to relations between Israel and all its Arab neighbours. Sadat first spoke in February 1971 about the possibility of peace with Israel and Egypt was the initiator of many steps in the 1970s. [1] On November 9, 1977, he frightened the world by announcing his intention to go to Jerusalem and address the Knesset. Soon after, the Israeli government cordially invited him to address the Knesset in an embassy that passed sadat through the U.S. ambassador to Egypt. Ten days after his speech, Sadat arrived for the three-day revolutionary visit that begins the first peace process between Israel and an Arab state. Sadat`s visit was the first step towards negotiations such as the Cairo Preliminary Conference in December 1977. [citation required] The normalization of relations [between Israel and Egypt] came into effect in January 1980. .

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