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January 03, 1975 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-03

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Brezhnev Cancels Trip, Calls Egyptian Ministers to Moscow

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Db-_
servers in Jerusalem dis-
counted Monday the :theory
that Brezhnev's visit to the
Mideast was cancelled due
to his "health condition."
The observers expressed

the view that it was political
differences that lead to the
cancellation. These observers
estimated that the major
stumbling block in the
Gamasy - Fahmy - Gromyko
talks was probably the re-
convening of the Geneva Con-
vention, since Egypt was ap-
parently not prepared to

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abandon the stage-by-stage
KiSSinger approach to solv-
ing the Mideast crisis.
There was no official ex-
planation for the postpone-
ment, but there was specula-
tion that a rift had developed
between Soviet and Egyp-
tian leaders over two key
issues: how to get the next
stage of Israeli-Arab negotia-
tions off the ground, and the
role of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization in the Mid-
east talks as well as its gen-
eral role.
There was also some indi-
cation that a rift had also
developed over Egyptian re-
quests for continuing mili-
tary aid from the USSR.
Officially, Tass reporter:
"The new date of the visit,
reciprocally acceptable to
all parties, will be agreed
upon later."
Observers now expected
'Kissinger to increase the
pace toward a resumption of
the negotiations directed to
lead eventually to another
-interim agreement.
At the same time officials
here rejected a report attrib-
uted to Jack Anderson which
said Kissinger complained of
Israeli inflexibility in the Go-
lan which lead to the present
stalemate.
The officials noted that
both during Allon's recent
Washington visit and after-
wards there was no mention
of a possible retreat from the
Golan at this stage of the
talks.
However, observers here
recalled that there has been
continued concern over the
possibility which had been
referred to in the past over
an Egyptian demand to link

all agreements with Israel to
both herself and Syria.
Jewish activists in the
USSR were reported worried
over the unexpected visit to
the USSR by Egyptian For-
eign Minister Ismail Fahmy
and War Minister Abdel
Gamasy.
The activists feel that
Fahmy will discuss the issue
of Jewish emigration from
the Soviet Union to Israel in
view of his statement two
weeks ago that Israel should
freeze its current population
and suspend immigration for
50 years.
The two Egyptians arrived
in Moscow Monday after
Brezhnev sent what was de-
scribed in Cairo as an
"urgent message" that some
hitch has developed in plans
for the Brezhnev-Sadat talks
or in the preparation of
agreements they were ex-
pected to sign, including pos-
sible Soviet arms supplies to
Egypt.
Soviet Jewish activists
noted that while Foreign Min-
ister Andrei Gromyko re-
jected any Soviet understand-
ing on linking U.S.-USSR
trade with emigration, and
that the Soviet Union would
consider such linkage as in-
terference in her internal
affairs, Russia has never
flatly denied that such an
understanding has been
reached between Gromyko
and Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger.
One factor in the Gromyko
denial, as reported by Tass,
was seen as an effort to pla-
cate the Arabs. The situation,
therefore, according to Jew-
ish sources, remains uncer-
tain since giving in to Fahmy

and Sadat on the issue of
emigration would be tanta-
mount to letting them inter-
fere in the Soviet Union's
internal affairs at a time
when Kissinger and Presi-
dent Ford have been advised
not to do so. Attempts to
persuade prospective appli-
cants to refrain from -apply-
ing for exit visas continue
throughout the USSR, the
sources reported.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 3, 1975-39

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