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November 16, 1979 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-16

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Friday, November 16, 1919 1


,Mideast Autonomy Talks Ongoing, Little Headway Made

Israeli and Egyptian work-
ing groups met at the
Laromme Hotel in Tel Aviv
Wednesday for another
round of talks on autonomy
for the West Bank and Gaza
Haim Kubersky, chair-
man of the Israeli delega-
opened the proceed-
ith a summation of
the legal powers invested in
the military government.
This was an introduction to
the agenda item dealing
with the "poVvers and re-
sponsibilities" of the pro-
posed autonomous
authorities, a subject on

which Israel and Egypt re-
main far_ apart.
The Egyptians insist that
the autonomy council be
given the widest possible -
authority while the Israelis
want its powers strictly
limited. The Egyptian dele-
gation asked for time to
study' Kubersky's report
and further discussion of
the "povvers and respon-
sibilities" item was post-
The atmosphere of the
talks was described as-
7 `friendly" and informal.
Kubersky said that pro-
gress was being made
and the two parties have

gotten down to the dis-
cussion of details.
The present round of
talks is to continue through
next Tuesday. The , United
States is represerit
ed- by
James Leonard, deputy to
Robert Strauss, President
Carter's special envoy to the
Middle East. Strauss is to be
replaced shortly by Sol
Linowitz, who is expected to
visit the Middle East. at a
later stage.
President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt, meanwhile, con-
tinues to express optimism
over the successful outcome
of the negotiations.
Strauss, who is ending

hiS role as President Car-
ter's special Mideast
envoy to head Carter's
re-election campaign,
expressed "cautious op-
timism"' that the Palesti-
nian autonomy negotia-
tions between Israel,
Egypt and the United
States will reach a suc-
cessful conclusion by the
end of May, the "target
day" for the talks.
He admitted, however,
that the negotiations face "a
great deal of trouble," al-
though, he said, "progress
has been made," and "we
are moving ahead" with the


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