The Vatican-Palestinian agreement recognizes freedom of religion in Palestine, and outlines the rights and obligations of the Church, its agencies, and its personnel in the territory....
The treaty, Msgr. Camilleri [leader of the Vatican delegation to the bilateral commission] said, “backs a resolution of the Palestinian issue and of the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians within the Two-State Solution and the resolution of the international community.”
But the bulk of the agreement regards freedom of religion and conscience, as well as the Church's freedom of action, its staff and jurisdiction, legal status, places of worship, social and charitable activity, and use of communications media.
Msgr. Camilleri added that a final chapter of the agreement regards issues of a fiscal and proprietary nature.