During his time as Prime Minister of Israel from 2006 to 2009, Ehud Olmert achieved several notable accomplishments:

Peace Negotiations: Olmert engaged in peace negotiations with the Palestinian Authority, offering a comprehensive peace plan that included territorial concessions and the establishment of a Palestinian state. These negotiations aimed to find a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Annapolis Conference: Olmert hosted the Annapolis Conference in 2007, bringing together Israeli, Palestinian, and international leaders to discuss the peace process. The conference aimed to revive negotiations and create a framework for a two-state solution.

Security Measures: Olmert's government implemented security measures to combat terrorism and improve public safety in Israel. He authorized military operations against militant groups and worked to enhance Israel's security infrastructure.

Infrastructure Development: Olmert prioritized infrastructure development projects, such as highways, railways, and public transportation systems, to improve connectivity and stimulate economic growth in Israel.

Economic Reforms: His government implemented economic reforms to promote growth and stability. These reforms included reducing bureaucracy, attracting foreign investment, and implementing policies to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship.

Social Initiatives: Olmert's administration introduced social initiatives to address issues such as poverty and social inequality. These initiatives aimed to improve access to healthcare, education, and affordable housing for disadvantaged populations.

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