Zone A is bounded on the east by line A (red line) and on the west by the Suez Canal and the
east coast of the Gulf of Suez.
An Egyptian armed force of one mechanized infantry division and its military installations, and
field fortifications, will be in this Zone.
The main elements of that Division will consist of:
Three mechanized infantry brigades.
One armed brigade.
Seven field artillery battalions including up to 126 artillery pieces.
Seven anti-aircraft artillery battalions including individual surface-to-air missiles and up to
126 anti-aircraft guns of 37 mm and above.
Up to 230 tanks.
Up to 480 armored personnel vehicles of all types.
Up to a total of twenty-two thousand personnel.
Zone B is bounded by line B (green line) on the east and by line A (red line) on the west.
Egyptian border units of four battalions equipped with light weapons and wheeled vehicles will
provide security and supplement the civil police in maintaining order in Zone B. The main
elements in the four Border Battalions will consist of up to a total of four thousand personnel.
Land based, short range, low power, coastal warning points of the border patrol units may be
established on the coast of this Zone.
There will be in Zone B field fortifications and military installations for the four border
Zone C is bounded by line B (green line) on the west and the International Boundary and the
Gulf of Aqaba on the east.
Only United Nations forces and Egyptian civil police will be stationed in Zone C.
The Egyptian civil police armed with light weapons will perform normal police functions
within this Zone.
The United Nations Force will be deployed within Zone C.
In that part of the area in the Sinai lying within about 20 Km. of the Mediterranean Sea and
adjacent to the International Boundary.
In the Sharm el Sheikh area.
Zone D is bounded by line D (blue line) on the east and the international boundary on the west.
In this Zone there will be an Israeli limited force of four infantry battalions, their military
installations, and field fortifications, and United Nations observers.