After the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993, the Palestinians gained limited autonomy in a scattered mosaic of small West Bank territories.  A round of negotiations, suspension, mediation, resumption of negotiations and a resumption of suspension ensued. A number of agreements were reached until the end of the Oslo process, following the failure of the Camp David Summit in 2000 and the outbreak of the second Intifada.   Subject to the agreement of the Hahèmite Kingdom of Jordan, a free trade area will be established between the Hashemitic Kingdom of Jordan and the State of Palestine to accelerate economic cooperation between the two countries. The northern border of the Arab part of the coastal plain lies at a point between Minat El-Qila and Nabi Yunis, which lies between the built-up areas of Gan Yavne and Barqa to the point of intersection. From there, it turns to the southwest and crosses the country of Batani Sharqi, along the eastern border of the country of Beit Daras and the country of Julis, so that the built-up areas of Batani Sharqi and Julien are to the west, up to the northwest corner of the country Beit-Tima. From there, east of El-Jiya, it passes through the village of El-Barbara along the eastern borders of the villages of Beit Jirja, Deir Suneid and Dimra. From the southeast corner of Dimra, the border crosses the country of Beit Hanoun and leaves the Jewish country of Nir-Am to the east. From the southeast corner of Beit Hanun, the road heads southwest to a point south of parallel line 100, then turns two kilometres to the northwest, turns again to the southwest and heads towards the northwest corner of kirbet Ikhza`a village. From there, he follows the border of this village to its southernest point.
It then heads south along vertical line 90 until it crosses with horizontal line 70. It then turns southeast towards Kh. El-Ruheiba, then heads south to a point known as El-Baha, behind which it crosses the main Beersheba-EI`Auja road west of Kh. El-Mushrifa. From there, she threw herself to Den Wadi El-Zaiyatin, west of El-Subeita. From there, it turns to the northeast, then to the southeast of this oudi and passes east of `Abda to connect Wadi Nafkh. It then curves in the southwest along Wadi Nafkh, Wadi`Ajrim and Wadi Lassan to the point where Wadi Lassan crosses the Egyptian border. From the southern intersection, the northwest border lines between the villages of Gan Yavne and Barqa run to the sea halfway between Nabi Yunis and Minat El-Qila and to the southeast at a point west of Qastina, from where it turns to the southwest and passes east of the built-up areas of Es Sawafir Eshq Shariya. From the southeast corner of the village of Ibdis, it passes to a point southwest of the built-up area of Beit`Affa and crosses the Hebron-El-Majdal road west of the built-up area of `Iraq Suweidan. From there, you head south along the western border of the village of El-Faluja to the border of the Beersheba sub-district. It then passes through the Arab El-Jubarat tribal areas to a point on the border between the Beersheba and Hebron sub-districts, north of Kh. Khuweilifa, from where it heads southwest to a point on the main beersheba-Gaza road two kilometres north-west of the city.
It then turns southeast to reach Wadi Sab at a point one kilometre west of it. From there, it turns northeast and sets off on the Beersheba-Hebron road a kilometer further, from one kilometre to the east and heads in a straight line towards Kh.