3.5 billion cubic feet of water an-
• Security: Neither side will
join alliances that could threat-
en the security of the other. They
also agreed not to allow other na-
tions to deploy within their bor-
ders to threaten or attack the
The two countries also agreed
to take all necessary and effective
measures to counter terrorism.
• Refugees: Israel agreed to
consult with Jordan before it ne-
gotiates the fate of refugees from
the 1948 War of Independence,
an issue Israel is scheduled to dis-
cuss in the final-status talks with
the Palestinians. Those talks are
scheduled to begin by May 1996.
• Normalization: Israel and
Jordan will establish full diplo-
matic and consular relations.
They will appoint ambassadors
to the other country within one
month after the treaty is ratified
by their respective parliaments.
The normalization of ties will also
include economic and cultural
• Jerusalem: In keeping with
the Washington Declaration
signed by Israel and Jordan in
July, Israel will honor the
Hashemite Kingdom's historic
role as guardian over Muslim
holy sites in Jerusalem. Israel
will give Jordanian stewardship
over these sites high priority dur-
ing the permanent-status talks
with the Palestinians.
• Cooperation: The two sides
reaffirmed their intent to advance
economic cooperation within the
framework of overall regional eco-
• Travel: Each side will grant
citizens of the other country free
movement on its roads and will
not place any limitations on free
travel between the two countries.
New Opera House
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Prime Minis-
ter Yitzhak Rabin was among the
featured speakers at the inau-
guration of Tel Aviv's new $50
million opera house.
During his remarks, Mr. Ra-
bin called for a moment of silence
to remember the victims of the
suicide bus bombing in Tel Aviv
that left 23 dead and more than
Praising Tel Avivians for their
restraint and courage in the face
of tragedy, Mr. Rabin said it was
"in this spirit that we inaugurate
the opera house today, not for-
getting the past, but looking for-
ward toward the future."
The guests were entertained
by two distinguished singers from
abroad — bass-baritone Simon
Estes, who sang an aria from
Verdi's Macbeth and a duet from
Verdi's Aida with Hungarian so-
prano Eva Maron, who also sang
a solo aria from Mefistofele.
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