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June 04, 1976 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

June 4, 1976 25

Kissinger Seeks New Impetus For Peace Moves in M.E.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger called for "new
impetus" to peace moves in
the Middle East and reiter-

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ated that "all parties" must
"show dedication and will-
ingness to take risks for
peace." Kissinger's remarks
were contained in a speech
prepared for delivery to the
Central Treaty Organiza-
tion (CENTO) members in
London.

Middle East, Kissinger said.
"The United States ra-
mains dedicated to helping
achieve a just and lasting
peace in accordance with
United Nations Resolutions
242 and 338. We look to all
parties to show dedication
and willingness to take risks
for peace."
Meanwhile, William
Scranton, the United
States Ambassador to the
United Nations, said that

the "survival and security
of Israel is absolutely es-
sential" to the U.S.
Addressing the Bnai
Brith Middle Atlantic Re-
gion's annual convention in
New York, Scranton also
said that the U.S. was deter-
mined that Israel maintain
its military superiority in
the Middle East. But, he
added, Israel should not de-
pend only on the U.S. for
guarantees of its security.

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Israel May Have
to Change Stand
on PLO: Herzog

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
rael's Ambassador to the
UN, Chaim Herzog, said in
an interview carried in Da-
var that Israel may have to
reconsider its policy of re-
fusing ever to deal with the
PLO.

Referring -to "certain
events that have occurred
with which Israel must re-
ckon," Herzog said that this
is a sad reality which Israel
can no longer ignore. The
fact is, said Herzog, that the
PLO is visible everywhere —
in the halls of the UN, at in-
ternational conferences, and
elsewhere. Of course Israel
is distressed, Herzog added,
but can't do very much
about it.

Herzog is quoted as say-
ing that insistence on a
"refusal in principle" to deal
with the PLO, would be tan-
tamount to political suicide.
He then said that the ques-
tion of actually negotiating
with the PLO would have to
be decided in light of the
then existing circumst-
ances.

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