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September 27, 1974 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-09-27

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Resolve Political Conflicts Without Force
Kissinger Tells UN General Assembly Meeting

were "constructive in the di-
rection of negotiations."
Asked by Fulbright if it is
still U.S. policy to pursue a
Middle East settlement in
line with Security Council
Resolution 242, Kissinger re-
plied that this is the under-
standing of all the parties.
Kissinger also said that a
settlement of the Soviet emi-
gration and trade issues is
within sight.
Kissinger's optimism was
not shared by Sen. Jacob K.
Javits i(R.NY) one of three
key senators with whom the
administration has been _ne-
gotiating for a compromise
on the Jackson/Mills/Vanik
legislation. "We do not wish
the signal to go up that we
have changed course on the
Jackson Amendment," Javits
said.
Apparently in reply to the
point made by Kissinger in
his prepared report that "the

economic bargaining ability
of most favored nation (MFN)
status is marginal" in deal,.
ing with the Soviet . Union,"
Javits . observed, "You can't
have it both ways in that
economics does not give us
economic leverage or that we
can kick moral concerns out
of the window."
Kissinger warned in his
prepared report that raising
issues of Soviet domestic po-
litical practices might jeop-
ardize arms limitation agree-
ments between the U.S. and
the USSR. "MFN grants no
special privilege to the
USSR," Kissinger said. "The
significance of trade is in-
flated out of all proportion."

falling into these oil Coun-
By WILLIAM SAPHIRE
liferation of nuclear weaPons settlement."
Kissinger warned that "lo- tries.")
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) "as if restraint were auto-
It is expected that Yassir
—Secretary of State Henry matic" and implied that cal wars would take on a
A. Kissinger declared Mon- there was danger even in the new dimension" if nuclear Arafat, head of the Palestine
day that "the urgent political supply of nuclear materials weapons were introduced_ in- Liberation Organization, will
responsibility of our era is for peaceful purposes to_non- to regions where political arrive here to participate in
conflict remains intense . . . the debate on Palestine. One
to resolve conflicts without nuclear nations.
Kissinger spoke at length beyond the relations of the of his principal aides, Nabil
war."
Addressing the 29th annual about the oil problem and its nuclear powers to each other, 5haath, is already here to as-
session of the General As- global ramifications. He at- lies the need to curb the sist the resident PLO observ-
sem•ly, he told the 138 mem- tributed the high cost of oil spread of nuclear explosives," er, Sadat Hassan, who has a
Yemeni passport and hold&
ber nations that it was in the not to an actual shortage, or he said.
common interest of each of to economic factors or to the
The secretary of state hint- the rank of ambassador.
In Washington, Secretary
them "that local conflicts be free interplay of supply and ed that he has reservations
resolved short of force and demand but to "deliberate over the policy of the United Kissinger conceded Sept. 19
ALL OUT EFFORT
their root causes removed by decisions to restrict produc- States and a number of other that the Soviet Union is send-
Real
success in this life
ing
"substantial
m
i
l
i
t
a
r
y
tion
and
maintain
an
artifi-
political means."
countries which "have widely
comes, not so much from tal-
But he cautioned against cial price level."
supplied nuclear fuels and shipments" to Syria, but said
ent and opportunity, but from
"attempts to resolve all is-
But the secretary's admoni- other nuclear materials in this aspect has to be seen in
serious planning and per-
sues at one time" because tion to the Arab oil producing order to promote the use of the context of the overall sit-
severance.
"progress toward peace can- states was not as sharp as nuclear energy for peaceful uation.
He maintained, in reply to
' be thwarted by asking too that delivered by President purposes. This policy cannot
much as surely as by asking Ford in his General Assem- continue if it leads to the pro- questions by members of the
too little . . . the world com- bly address last week which liferation of nuclear explo- Senate o r e i g n Relations
munity can help resolve the Arab delegates here saw sives. Sales of these materials Committee, that the purpose
chronic conflicts, but exag- as a veiled threat and a hard- can no longer be treated as of the shipments was to im-
gerated expectations will ening of the U.S. attitude a purely commercial com- prove the quality of Syria's
prevent essential accommo- toward their countries.
petitive enterprise," Kissin- weapons systems rather than
dations among the parties,"
increase its quantity. •
Kissinger recognized that ger said.
Wishes all their
Kissinger said. "The Middle "the producers should have a
However, Kissinger added,
In
addition
to
his
General
East," he declared, "starkly fair share" and appealed to
"We believe restraint in mili-
Assembly
speech
Monday,
friends and customers
demonstrates these consid- them on the basis of their
Kissinger is meeting here tary shipments should go
erations."
own "economic well-being" with representatives of Mid- side by side with political
a happy, healthy
In his hour-long address, that "the world cannot sus-
progress in the Middle East."
Secretary Kissinger expressed tain even the present level of dle Eastern countries to fur- He warned that "progress in
New Year
deep concern over the pro- prices, much less continuing ther explore the next stages the Middle East will be very
Of peace negotiations.
difficult if not impossible,
increases."
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
A spokesman fcir the U.S. without at least the acquies-
Secretary Kissinger offered
12—Friday, Sept. 27, 1974
no new observations on the Mission at the UN said Sun- cence of the Soviet Union."
Kissinger said, in reply to
Middle East but warned that day that the U.S. "prefers
While we have achieved the not to have a Middle East questions by committee chair,
For Appointment Call
respite of a ceasefire and of debate" at the General As- man Sen. J. William • Ful-
two disengagement agree- sembly "that would upset bright that 'his round of talks
ments . . . the shadow of war the delicate negotiations." with Arab leaders in Wash-
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The spokesman said the U.S. ington during the past months
remains."
was
looking
for
a
"construc-
He said it was the "solemn
responsibility" of the mem- tive debate."
Meanwhile, Arab diplomats
ber states of the U.N. "to
encourage and support the at the United Nations were
Nees a
parties in the Middle East on defensive Monday in the wake
their present course toward of Secretary Kissinger's ad-
dress to the General Assem-
peace. •
Kissinger defined the Mid- bly. They contended that the
dle East conflict as one in high price of oil is not the
Buy it
which "one side seeks the only _culprit in the troubled
recovery of territory and jus- world economy.
tice for a displaced people"
Speaking with new smen
and "the other side seeks se- after Kissinger's sp e e c h,
curity and recognition by its Mahmoud Riad, secretary
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enough, to embrace all these the high price of all raw ma-
aspirations."
terials should be considered.
But he urged a "realistic" However, Riad said that the
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The same line was taken by
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