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French Officials Say Relations
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JERUSALEM (JTA )-
French Foreign Minister
Louis de Guiringaud, who
was conducting a round of
talks with Israeli leaders
last week, said that rela-
tions between Paris and Je-
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French President Valery
Giscard d'Estaing to visit
France, before the French
national holiday on July 14.
Rabin accepted the in-
vitation but no date was
set.
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres, after meeting with
the French diplomat, said
de Guiringaud told him
France did not want to be a
mediator in the Middle
East, but like the rest of Eu-
rope was deeply interested
in developments in the re-
gion.
Peres said France has
gotten over its enthusiasm
for the Arab world which
has bordered on support for
the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization and was now tak-
ing a more "guarded ap-
proach" to the Mideast.
In a letter to President
Ephraim Katzir, delivered
by de Guiringaud, Giscard
expressed "both admiration
and hope" to the people of
Israel.
Continuing, Giscard
stated, "Circumstances did
not facilitate a meeting be-
tween us at the beginning
of last year." This was an
apparent reference to the in-
cident when Katzir can-
celled an intended stopover
in Paris because the
French President refused to
receive him at the Elysee.
"I want to take this op-
portunity to inform you that
I would take pleasure in re-
ceiving you at the Elysee
Palace if, in the course of
your travels, you should
again pass through Paris."
On the eve of the visit by
Guiringuad, Israel's envoy
to Paris, Mordehai Gazit,
said that he saw some im-
provement in the French po-
sition on the Mideast con-
flict.
--
In an interview with the
Jerusalem Post, the Am-
bassador cited French lead-
ers' reversion recently to
the term "patrie"—home-
land—when discussing Pa-
lestinian rights. In the past
France had been much
more specific—and more ob-
jectionable, from Israel's
viewpoint—explicitly de-
manding an "independent
state" for the Palestinians.
Similarly, Gazit said,
French President Valery
Giscard d'Estaing and his
Foreign Minister, Louis de
Guiringaud, no longer
spoke of Israeli withdrawal
from "all the territories"
but instead urged "with-
drawal from the terri-
tories—excepting mutually
agreed minor adjustment.'

Rabin Greets Desai

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
Premier Yitzhak Rabin con-
gratulated India's new
Prime Minister, Morarji
Desai, on his election. -
- Meanwhile, news agency
reports from Delhi quote
India's new foreign min-
ister predicting no change
in his country's stance on
the Mideast conflict. At the
press conference, the min-
ister reportedly upheld the
Indira Gandhi adminis-
tration's adherence to
United Nations General As-
sembly resolutions and
urged total Israeli with-
drawal and granting the Pa-
lestinians their "legitimate

Dayan Says He'll Stick With Labor

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
Former Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan reversed his
decision not to run for the
Knesset on the Labor Align-
ment ticket May 17.
He said that he decided
to stick with Labor after all
because he had a written
commitment from leading
members of the party to
hold a national referendum
before the government
agreed to any peace settle-
ment involving territorial
concessions on the West
Bank. -
Premier Yitzhak Rabin
was not among the leaders
who made the pledge to
Dayan. After a private
meeting with the former de-
fense chief, he wrote a let-
ter to Dayan stating that he
had no "objection in prin-
ciple" to a referendum but
that this was not the time
for him, as premier, to
make any specific corn-
mitment.
Rabin asserted that he
was totally committed to
the Labor Alignment plat-
form that holds Israel
ready to negotiate territo-
rial compromises in all sec-
tors—including the West
Bank—in exchange for a
full peace settlement with
its neighbors. He noted that
the promise of a referen-
dum was made , by the gov-
ernment of former Premier
Golda Meir and that his ad-
ministration has not revers-
ed it.
Dayan, who had de-
manded a reaffirmation of
the pledge from Rabin, said
that the premier had not
been sufficiently forthcom-
ing. But he said he was sat-
isfied with the endorsement
of a referendum by several
Laborite ministers, Knesset
members and potential
Knesset members.
He said they were a suffi-
ciently large and represen-
tative group to ensure that
the undertaking by the Meir
government would be hon-
ored by every decision-

making body of the Labor
Party.
Dayan's decision to sup-
port Labor in the elections
disappointed many opposi-
tion politicians. notably
Gen. (Res.) Ariel Sharon
who hoped to build a coali-
tion around him of ele-
ments from all parties op-
posed to territorial con-
cessions on the West Bank.
Meanwhile, Ruth Dayan,
the former wife of Moshe
Dayan, has joined the Shen
Movement—the alignment
of the Social Democrats,
Moked, Haolam Hazeh and
the Black Panthers. Mrs.
Dayan followed her son,
actor Assaf Dayan, who
joined the movement last
week.
In a related development,
the Herut faction of Likud
held its internal elections
last week and produced
eight "new faces - to stand
for election to the Knesset
on May 17.
The best known new-
corner is former Air Force
Commander Gen. Ezer
Weizman who was assigned
the number-two spot after
Herut leader Menachem
Begin. Weizman served

JERUSALEM (JTA )-
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port in former Premier
Golda Meir's "wall-to-wall"
coalition government follow-
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Other, new Herut candi-
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