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September 21, 1979 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Waldheim Is Still Favoring
a M.E. Peace Conference

Sincere Wishes For
A Very Healthy
and Happy

New Year

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dining
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work.

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Secretary General
Kurt Waldheim said last
week that he still believes
that a well-prepared inter-
national conference involv-
ing all parties concerned is
the best way to reach a set-
tlement in the Arab-Israeli
conflict.
Addressing a press con-
ference, Waldheim said he
did not know what the out-
come of the autonomy talks
between Egypt, Israel and
the United States would be.
He only knew, he said, that
there are difficulties and

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Friday, September 21, 1919 55

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THE AREA'S NEWEST & MOST UNIQUE
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AND ITS ENTIRE STAFF
WISH THEIR CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS A
VERY HAPPY AND
HEALTHY NEW YEAR

KURT WALDHEIM
that there has been no pro-
gress until now.
Waldheim said that
from his recent dis-
cussions with various
heads of state, it was his
impression that the Arab
governments favor an in-
ternational conference
on the Mideast, while the
big powers prefer to wait
and see how things de-
velop in the present
process of direct negotia-
tions. He disclosed that
following the Camp
David agreements, the
Soviet Union told him
that it was not in favor of
a Geneva peace confer-
ence under the new cir-
cumstances.
Waldheim reiterated his
assessment that the Pales-
tinian question is the "crux"
of the Mideast conflict. He
said peace in the Mideast is
one of the greatest chal-
lenges of our time.

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