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  • First Rogers Plan (1969)

    A plan proposed by US Secretary of State William P. Its purpose was to reach a ceasefire in the War of Attrition between Egypt and Israel, as well as to promote a comprehensive Arab-Israeli settlement based on UNSC Resolution 242 and the principle of Israeli withdrawal from territories occupied in the 1967 Six Day War. … Though the plan failed to end the war, a similar plan proposed by Rogers in June 1970 paved the way to a ceasefire in August that year.
  • Third Rogers Plan (1971)

    A plan proposed by US Secretary of State William P. In light of difficulties in implementing UN Security Council Resolution 242 and reaching a comprehensive Arab-Israeli settlement, Rogers proposed an interim agreement to be signed between Egypt and Israel. … Though the initiative failed to prevent the 1973 War, a similar interim agreement was eventually signed in 1975, paving the road for the Israel-Egypt peace treaty.
  • Second Rogers Plan (1970)

    A plan submitted by US Secretary of State William P. Similarly to Rogers' 1969 plan, its purpose was to reach a ceasefire in the War of Attrition between Egypt and Israel, as well as promoting a comprehensive Arab-Israeli settlement based on UN Security Council Resolution 242 and the principle of Israeli withdrawal from territories occupied in the 1967 Six Day War. … A ceasefire ending the war was signed the following August, but another initiative by Rogers failed to prevent the 1973 War.