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February 04, 1977 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-04

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20 Friday, February 4, 1977

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Waldheim Guesses' Mideast Peace
Negotiations Will Open in Late Spring

WASHINGTON (JTA)
— United Nations Sec-
retary General Kurt Wal-
dheim said last Friday
that the Geneva confer-
ence on the Middle East
"cannot open before late
in the spring and this is a
guess."
Meeting with reporters
at the State Department
after lunching with Sec-

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Vance, Waldheim said he
and Vance were "in gen-
eral agreement on how to
approach the
negotiationg process,"
but that they are under
"no illusion" an the
"many difficultie-
s."Asked about "PLO
representation," Wal-
dheim said that was "one
important element and
difficulty in our efforts"
and that "as of now no ag-
reement" has been-
reached.
Asked whether the PLO
would accept UN Security
Council Resolutions 242
and 338, he said that "is an
open question and has to
be discussed."
Waldheim said the PLO
"is interested in getting
an invitation" to Geneva
and he indicated that "a
final position" would be
taken by the PLO at its
meeting in the latter part
of February "probably"
in Cairo.
Waldheim, who left for
the Middle East Tuesday,
two weeks before Vance
departs on a week-long
tour of six countries in
the area, said there is "a
ood chance to overcome
ifficulties" because of a
"more flexible" attitude
in the Middle East to-
wards a settlement.
Waldheim will visit
Egypt, Syria, Lebanon,

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Israel authorities have
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