The agreement decided that the two countries would respect the ceasefire and immediately repatriate prisoners of war from both sides. Then, it was said, Israel will withdraw from all the enclave areas and the summit of Hermon that it occupied during the war, and from an area of about 25 km² around the city of Quneitra and other small territories occupied during the Six Day War. Finally, two cleavages have been put in place: Israel (marked in blue) and syric (marked in red), [4], including a 235 km² buffer zone of the UNDOF on the Syrian side. [3] Das Abkommen über den Abzug (hebräisch: הסכם הפרדת הכוחות בין ישראל לסוריה, Arabisch: اتفاقية فك الاشتباك) ist ein Abkommen zwischen Israel und Syrien, das am 31. Mai 1974 unterzeichnet wurde,[1], das offiziell den Jom-Kippur-Krieg und die anschließende Zermürbungsphase an der syrischen Front beendete. [2] Finally, Israel agreed to withdraw from all the territories occupied during the war, consisting of about 25 square kilometers (9.7 square miles) on the Israeli side of the Purple Line (1967 ceasefire line). In return, a buffer zone of 235 square kilometers (146 square miles) was formed on the Syrian side of this line. According to the negotiators` testimonies, negotiations on the smallest details took place until the signing of the agreement on 31 May 1974 in Geneva (more than seven months after the declaration of a ceasefire). The negotiations gave rise to many misunderstandings and indirectly provoked the fire crises, such as when Israel agreed to regain control of Quneitra from Syria, with Syria interpreting it as if the aforementioned area included the Avital and Bental mountains, while Israel only wanted the territory of the city itself. Negotiations continued under continued U.S. pressure on Israel. E.

The provisions of paragraphs A, B and C shall be inspected by United Nations personnel, which include the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force under this Agreement. H. This agreement is not a peace agreement. This is a step towards a just and lasting peace based on Security Council resolution 338 (1973) of 22 October 1973. D. This Agreement and the attached map shall be signed by the military representatives of Israel and Syria in Geneva not later than 31 May 1974 within the Egyptian-Israeli Military Working Group of the Geneva Peace Conference, under the auspices of the United Nations, after the accession of a Syrian military representative to that group, and with the participation of representatives of the United States of America and the Soviet Union. . . .