American taxpayer money can now be invested in research in Golan Heights and 'West Bank'
SCIENTIFIC GRANTS TO ISRAEL WITHOUT GEOGRAPHICAL LIMITS
Joint US-Israeli research and development projects taking place in Israel's Golan Heights, City of Ariel, and other formerly geographically restricted areas throughout the 'West Bank' are opened.
Three funds from the US government are opened to spur innovation through the 1972 Binational Science Foundation, the 1976 Binational Industrial Research and Development foundation, and the 1977 Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund.
Sanctions on Israel removed for investing in research projects taking place in Israel in the geography of the City of Ariel, the 'West Bank', and the Golan Heights.