Bilateral treaty

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For other uses, see Bilateral (disambiguation).

A bilateral treaty (also called a bipartite treaty) is a treaty strictly between two state parties. These two parties can be two states, or two international organizations, or one state and one international organization.

It is similar to a contract, so it is called contractual treaty.

For example:

The Camp David Accords between Egypt and Israel, signed in 1978.

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