Remarks of Carter, Sadat and Begin at Camp David Ceremony
President Carter opens with praise for President Sadat of Egypt and Prime Minister Begin of Israel. He describes what has been accomplished and what still has to be done (one issue still to be resolved was Israeli settlements in Egyptian territory). President Sadat speaks next. He thanks Carter for his commitment and asks the Americans to remain a part of the peace process. Prime Minister Begin says that the Camp David Conference should be renamed the 'Jimmy Carter Conference.' He praises Carter's civil courage and thanks many people. At the conclusion of the remarks, Sadat, Begin, and Carter sign two documents, 'A Framework for Peace in the Middle East' and 'A Framework for the Conclusion of a Peace Treaty Between Egypt and Israel.'

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