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January 23, 1976 - Image 14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

14 January 23, 1976

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Moynihan Repeats Vow to Veto Changes in 242, 338

NATIONS
UNITED
(JTA) — The United States
indicated Monday that it
would exercise its veto
power in the Security Coun-
cil if that body ends its cur-
rent Middle East debate
with the adoption of resolu-
tions that would attempt to
change Resolutions 242 and
338.
U.S. Ambassador Daniel
P. Moynihan said the U.S.
believed it would be a set-
back for the chances of a
settlement if the Council

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adopted resulutions "which
would have the effect of
leaving no commonly ac-
cepted basis for further ne-
gotiations." He warned that
any imposed changes unac-
ceptable to any of the par-
ties "will not work."
Moynihan stressed that
the two Security Council
resolutions are the frame-
work for any progress to-
ward ending the Arab-Israel
conflict.
"We are aware," he said,
"that there can be no dura-
ble solution unless we make
every effort.to promote a so-
lution of the key issues of a
just and lasting peace in
that area on the basis of
Security Council Resolu-
tions 242 and 338 taking into
account the legitimate in-
terests of all the people of
the area including the Pa-
lestinian people and respect
for the rights to indepen-
dent existence of all states
in the area."
Moynihan's use of the
words "legitimate inter-
ests" as applied to the Pa-
lestinians was seen as a
rebuff to the Arabs who
are seeking Security
Council recognition of the
"rights" of the Palesti-
nian people. The word
"rights" signifies political
rights which in turn im-
plies the right to state-
hood.
"Legitimate interests" is
a much broader term and
does not have the same pol-
itical connotation, observers

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noted. Moynihan, however,
upheld "the rights to inde-
pendent existence of all
states in the area" which
includes Israel.
The U.S. envoy said that
the two Security Council
resolutions "have been the
foundation for the progress
that has been made and
they continue to provide
hope for the future." He
said the U.S. is dedicated to
achieve progress in the Mid-
dle East this year.
Moynihan declared that
"We cannot escape the real-
ity of the situation that
when all parties have agreed
to a framework, all of them
must agree to changes in
that framework. "
He emphasized that all
the problers *of ,pie Middle

Herzog Charges
PLO Seating
Violates Charter

NATIONS
UNITED
(JTA) — Israel last week
charged in a letter to the
president of the Security
Council that the seating of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization in the Security
Council's Middle East de-
bate with the full rights of a
member state was "in fla-
grant contravention of the
Charter of the United Na-
tions" and is "clearly con-
trary to the principles and
purposes of the United Na-
tions Charter."
The letter from Israel's
UN Ambassador Chaim
Herzog to this month's pres-
ident of the Security Coun-
cil, Salim Ahmed Salim of
Tanzania, cited the PLO's
"Covenant" which calls for
the elimination of Israel, a
member state of the UN.
Herzog's letter contained
excerpts from the "Cov-
enant" and quoted various
PLO statements of intent to
destroy Israel. Herzog re-
quested his letter be circu-
lated as an official docu-
ment of the Security
Council.
Herzog, at a press confer-
ence, said the course of the
Security Council debate so
far has vindicated Israel's
decision to boycott it. He
said that during the ses-
sions this week, Israel was
threatened and coerced and
the Arabs talked only about
what Israel should give up
without mentioning a word
of what Israel would get.
He affirmed that Israel
was ready to attend the
Geneva conference with-
out preconditions with the
participation of all of the
original parties. He said
the participation of other
parties could be discussed
at Geneva once the confer-
ence was reconvened.
Herzog accused Syria of
using the Palestinians "as
pawns to further the aims"
of the Syrian government
and that Syria had called
for the Security Council de-
bate—as a condition for its
agreement to renew the
mandate of the United Na-
ti6ns Disengagement Ob-
server Force (UNDOF) on
the Golan Heights — in or-
der to divert world attention
from the tragedy in Leba-
non.

East should be dealt with by
the negotiating process and
that any "changes that may
be required in our approach
must be worked out in the
Geneva process."
He said that matters of
procedures and the ques-
tions of additional partici-
pants to the Mideast talks
should be dealt with at Ge-
neva or at a preparatory
conference. This U.S. po-
sition is shared by Israel
whose Ambassador to the
UN, Chaim Herzog, said
at a press conference last
week that Israel was pre-
pared to enter the Geneva
conference without pre-
conditions and to discuss
there the question of addi-
tional participants.
The Arabs on the other
hand, are pressing for Secu-
rity Council action that
would admit the PLO in
advance to participation in
the Geneva talks.
Several Western nations,
including France, Sweden
and Japan, have indicated
during the Security Council
debates that they advocate a
PLO role in future Mideast
negotiations. But all three
have cautioned the Arabs
that a hard-line position
would be vetoed by the U.S.,
and that they also would
have difficulty supporting a
strong resolution.
The French envoy, Louis
de Guildingaud, said that
the Council had "a responsi-
bility to reconcile" the

rights of the Palestinians to
a "homeland" while insur-
ing "that the state of Israel
can co-exist peacefully with
all its neighbors." He also
called for Israel's with-
drawal from territories
taken from the Arabs in
1967 and, while welcoming
the PLO's participation in
the debate, urged it to pro-
vide explicit views on the
prospective Palestinian
homeland.
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