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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-05

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Sadat Says Russian Envoy Lied About Syria Cease Fire

JERUSALEM — President discussion, and finally Bou-
`Anwar Sadat of Egypt said in medienne signed two checks
a recent BBC interview that for $100,000,000 each for arms
the Soviet Union tried to get deliveries to the two coun-
him to stop the October Arab- tries.
Earlier, Sadat said in an
" Israeliwar six hours after it
( started by lying about Syria's interview with the BBC's
alleged willingness to accept Arabic Service that there
were "many secret facts" in
a cease fire.
> In the interview, which Egypt's relations with the
appeared in Al Ahram and United States "which indicate
Al Anwar, Sadat said he beyond doubt that there is
reprimanded Soviet ambas- a basic change in American
sador Vladimir Vinogradov policy toward peace and the
for telling him a lie during establishment of a balanced
relationship" between the
the " -*ober War.
Arabs and Israel. However,
.iz jid that six hours after "the time has not come to
the start of the war, Vinog- reveal them."
radov told him that Syria
had proposed a cease fire.
Sadat- said he checked with
-.
/ Syrian President H a f e z
Assad who denied he had
I asked for the cease fire.
__.
_ The following day Vidogra-
dov repeated the same cease
fire suggestion he said came
from Syria, Sadat said.
,-- "My reply to him was
violent," . Sadat said. "I sim-
ply told him that Assad's
word was enough for me and
that I accepted it as the
truth."
After the October War, Vin-
ogradov was transferred to
Geneva.
Political sources also re-
ported that Russia balked at
providing weapons to Egypt
-- and Syria during the war
and finally gave in when
Algerian President Houari
Boumedienne paid $200,000,-
000 on the spot in Moscow.
Sources said that shortly
after the war began, Bou-
medienne flew to Moscow to
plead for additional arms for
Egypt and Syria. Soviet
leaders were reluctant and
raised the question of pay-
ment. There was a stormy

Diplomatic relations be-
tween the United States and
Egypt will soon be at the
level prior to the Six-Day
War.
The State Department an-
nounced that it expects to
reopen its consulate-general
in Alexandria in mid-May
and that. the Cairo govern-
ment will reactivate its con-
sulate-general in New York,
too.
While diplomatic ties for-
mally were severed by Egypt
in June 1967, the consulate
relationship was not broken.
Both nations, however, closed
down their offices in New

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

York and Alexandria as well
Conscience is like a rail-
as their embassies in Wash- way switch — if properly
ington and Cairo, the Egyp- tended it will keep you on
tians being the first to do so the right track.
in each case.
(Reports from Cairo this
week indicated that the
Daily—Hospital—Sympathy
United States will not charge
Egypt for assistance in clear-
ing the Suez Canal. It is
stated that it may take 18
months to remove all the
mines from the canal).
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