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June 29, 1979 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-06-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gromyko Pushes USSR View
of Peace Progress in Mideast

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Soviet Foreign , Minister
Andrei Gromyko, outlining
his country's views on the
Arab-Israeli situation, said
today that "the Arab people
of Palestine" should have "a
small state of their own."
Gromyko's remarks,
made at a press conference
in Moscow with Soviet and
foreign journalists, related
to • issues discussed by
President Carter and Soviet
President Leonid Brezhnev
at their summit meeting in
Vienna.
According to the Soviet
news agency Tass, Grdmyko
said, "The principled stand
of the Soviet Union in Mid-
dle Eastern affairs has been
and remains the same as it
was formulated many years
ago.
"Its essence is as fol-
lows: Firstly, all lands
which Israel captured
should be returned. Sec-
ondly; the Arab people of
Palestine should get an
opportunity to create if

only a small, and I repeat
it, if only a small state of
their own. Thirdly, all
countries, including Is-
rael, should have a possi-
bility to exist and develop
as independent and sov-
ereign states."
Tass added that Gromyko
pointed out that, "The
Soviet Union has never ob-
jected to Israel's existence.
The Israeli leaders, how-
ever, are obsessed with a
craving for the acquisition
of territories of others and
that is not a far-sighted
point of view."
An independent • news
source reporting from Mos-
cow quoted Gromyko as say-
ing, "It is not for us to say
that Israel should cease to
exist. We ourselves pro-
posed the creation of Israel
at the United Nations. In Is-
rael they should understand
our poSition." The Tass ver-
sion of the press conference
did not contain those state-
ments.
The Tass report also
said that Gromyko

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pointed out that the U.S.
and Soviets differed at
the Vienna summit. "In
the opinion of the U.S.
side, the Soviet Union
should have supported
the separate treaty be-
tween Egypt and Israel,"
Gromyko was quoted as
saying.
"It goes without saying
that the USSR cannot agree
to such a point of view.
Leonid Brezhnev expressed
the principled stand of the
Soviet Union and stated
there can be no question of
Soviet Union support for the
anti-Arab treaty as well as
for any mechanism which is
being created to service the
treaty's implementation.
The impression was that
(President) Carter did not
expect any other, answer."

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Dayan Reported Well, Israel
Worried Over Cancer Rumor

JERUSALEM (JTA) .-
Some concern has been ex-
pressed over the health of
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan as a result, appar-
ently, of unfounded media

reports here and abroad
that., he is suffering from
cancer,
Dayan, who underwent
surgery Sunday for the re-
moval of an intestinal
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tors said his condition is ex-
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urged him to "get well
quick."
Ghali, in Israel for the
third round of autonomy
talks which ended Tuesday,
was accompanied by Yosef
Ciechanover, director gen-
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Dayan . also was visited by
Defense Minister Ezer
WeizInan, who pronounced
his former brother-in-law
"fit as an ox."

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