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July 11, 1975 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 11, 1975 33

Sadat Statement on U.S. Funding Explained

Sen. Philip A. Hart re- behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
cently received an official ing Greenberg informatiOn
reply from the State De- concerning press reports
partment about press re- that President Sadat in-
ports that Egypt would use tended to request U.S. as-
American aid funds to re- sistance in repaying Egypt's
pay Egypt's debt to the So- debt to the Soviet Union.
viet Union.
"Such an arrangement
The query was in re- _ would not be acceptable to
sponse to a letter from Mr. the United States. We
and Mrs. Irving Greenberg could not agree that U.S.
of Detroit. Sen. Hart re-
ived a reply from Under-
_,ecretary Robert J. McClos-
key, who said:
"Thank you for your re-
cent inquiry requesting on

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assistance be used, either
directly or indirectly, to
repay any major foreign
government creditor.

"The press reports you
cite were based on an incor-
rect translation of an inter-
view President Sadat had
with the Lebanese magazine
"Al-Hawadith" on May 14.
The text of this interview
makes it clear that Presi-
dent Sadat was talking
about using foreign aid to
develop the Egyptian econ-
omy so as to be able to pay
Egypt's debt in the future.
"The text reads as fol-
lows:

"'We are in touch with
our Arab brothers, not to
pay our debts but to quickly
strengthen our economy so
that we will be in a position
to discharge our obligation
toward the Soviets and oth-
ers. Our contacts are not
confined to our Arab broth-
ers. We are also in contact
with the United States. This
will be one of the main
points in my meeting with
President Ford in Salzburg.'

"As you are aware, the
Egyptian economy faces a
difficult period over the
next few years and will

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