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October 11, 1974 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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'Kissinger Journey to Middle East
May Not Bring Negotiations Closer'

WASHINGTON_ (JTA) —
Kissinger left Wednesday
No dramatic progress is ex- for visits to Egypt, Syria, Jor-
pected from this week's Mid- dan, Israel and Saudi Ara-
east trip by Secretary of bia and then will fly to Al-
State Henry A. Kissinger to geria and Morocco before
Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Is- returning Tuesday.
rael State Department sourc-
He said he was going to
es said.
the area without "any fixed
All that Kissinger expects, ideas" on the next stage of
they said, is an understand- his efforts.
ing from leaders of the four
In announcing his visit to
countries on outlines of areas Saudi Arabia he noted- that
in which some reasonable it was "ir connection with
progress can be made toward the negotiations." King Fai-
negotiations. Previously, de- sal has insisted on Jerusalem
partment sources indicated being under Arab control.
that the Kissinger talks would
Later, however, when Kis-
be the "next step" in negoti- singer was asked about Arab
ations.
spokesmen drawing a clear
According to the New York link between the oil crisis
Times, diplomats said they and the Middle East and
believe there has been a whether there is "any \realis-
"general hardening" in the tic way of separating the
positions'of both Israelis and two," the secretary denied
the Arabs in recent weeks.
this was the case.
The Times said Egypt's
Declaring he disliked the
strong support of the Pale-
stine Liberation Organization, phrase "oil crisis," Kissinger
and recent statements on the said that "we believe" the
need for more Soviet- arms, "higher oil prices' and the
as well as Israel's hardening Arab-Israeli conflict "should
opposition to troop withdraw- be in separate forums," and
als, have blunted Kissinger's "we are conducting them in
separate forums." Kissinger
original optimism.
explained
that the U.S. is ne-
, A senior American diplo-
mat said Kissinger's best gotiating "these two issues
hope was to secure some un- separately because high oil
derstanding during his trip on prices affect many nations"
further steps for keeping that are not "remotely con-
nected" with the Arab--Israeli
negotiations alive.
Kissinger has made it clear conflict.
that he will not again carry Allon Says Kissinger
out extended "-shuttle diplo- Will Seek 'Common
macy" similar to his 35-day 4 Denominator' for Talks
mission last spring in the
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Israel
Middle East. Those trips pre- Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
-ceded by two months of nego- told reporters that the main
tiating by Egyptians and Is- purpose of Kissinger's trip
raelis in Geneva an_d on the was to find a common de-
Cairo-Suez Road. -
nominator on which all par-
Top American officials pre- ties could agree so that peace
dict that failure to get negoti- negotiations can be resumed.
ations started soon could lead _He said the points of agree-
to resumption of hostilities ment would be on procedure,
on a larger scale than last agenda, whcih country will
year's Yom Kippur War.
negotiate with Israel first
Kissinger flatly ruled out and when the Geneva peace
any meeting with Palestine conference is to be resumed.
Liberation Organization lead-
He said any interim ar-
er Yassir Arafat or any other rangement should not be re-
Palestinian leader while in garded as a deviation from
the Middle East.
the declaiRP- policy of the

government to seek a per-
manent and lasting peace. An
interim arrangement estab-
lishing nonbelligerence should
contain sufficient incentives
to push toward a final peace
settlement, Allon said.
But, he added his impres-
sion that the Arab countries
are not ready to negotiate
on a final settlement:
He said an interim agree-
ment would be comprised of
two major parts: redeploy-

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guards ;
King said that in - the U.S.-
proposed agreements with Is-
rael and Egypt, bilateral
physical security measures-
also would be established.
King sidestepped a direct
question as to whether Egypt,
in its negotiations with the
U.S. is demanding that Is-
rael's present atomic energy
facility, known as the. Di-
mona installation, be put un-
der international controls, al-
though that installation has
nothing to do with U.S. as-
sistance.
Saying he could not go in-
to details of "alleged propos-
als in negotiations that are
on-going," King stressed that
when the agreements are
signed, they will be present-
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is required by law.

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Egypt Prodding U.S to Oversee
Israeli Atomic Energy Supplies

By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON ( JTA )—Th e
United States government,
prodded by Egypt, wants
Israel to put all of its atomic
energy facilities and material
under both international and
U.S. inspection as a condi-
tion for obtaining f u t u r e
American nuclear equipment
and supplies.
When asked by reporters if
an agreement with Egypt
and Israel was contingent on
their acquiescence to inspec-
tion by the U.S. and the In-
ternational Atomic Energy
Administration (IAEA), State
Department spokesman John
King indicated this was es-
tablished, noting that strong
pro-safeguards positions were
taken before talks began.
King added that Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger,
in his address to the UN
General Assembly Sept. 23
urged that the IAEA be em-
powered to enhance the se-
curity against the theft or
diversion of nuclear materi-
als and that the U.S. would

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