Israeli officials say they expect a second summit between Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to take place soon.
At Tuesday's landmark summit in Egypt, Mr. Sharon invited Mr. Abbas to visit his ranch in southern Israel, after both leaders declared a cease-fire to end more than four years of violence.
Meanwhile, Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said he plans to lead a campaign for a referendum on the prime minister's plan to withdraw from Gaza Strip this year.
Mr. Sharon has repeatedly rejected demands for a referendum.
In another development, the so-called Middle East peace quartet will meet in London March 1 to discuss ways to help push the peace process forward.
The United States, the United Nations, the European Union and Russia co-sponsored the "road map" peace plan that calls for the creation of an independent Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel.