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October 16, 1981 - Image 20

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20 Friday, October 16, 1961

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Settlements Not Helpful to Autonomy Talks: Haig

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of State Alexan-
der Haig urged Israel not to
increase its settlements on
the West Bank while the
autonomy negotiations
with Egypt are in process
Haig, in Egypt for Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat's funeral,
said he was assured by Pres-
ident Hosni Mubarak and
Israeli Premier Menahem
Begin of their willingness to
move ahead in the au-
tonomy talks which will be
resumed Oct. 21.
"We would hope that dur-
ing this process there would

not be a further enlarge-
ment of the West Bank set-
tlements and we made that
clear," Haig said in an in-
terview from Cairo on the
NBC-TV "Meet the Press"
program on Sunday.
Richard Allen, Presi-
dent Reagan's national
security adviser, in an in-
terview on the CBS-TV
"Face the Nation" prog-
ram also said the Ad-
ministration does not
consider the West Bank
settlements to "be help-
ful." He added that the
Administration con-

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Ours are broader," Haig
said.
Vice President George
Bush said last week that the
United States, "having lost
a great friend" in the death
of Sadat, must now "honor a
commitment to another
friend in the Middle East,
Saudi Arabia" by selling it
the promised five AWACS
and other military equip-
ment.
Speaking at the National
Press Club, Bush said "No
single foreign policy matter
on the immediate agenda is
more important that this
sale — especially now." He
maintained that this was
the key to the Reagan Ad-
ministration's broad Middle
East strategy.

The Secretary of State
denied that his statement
Saturday that Egypt was
America's "foremost" friend
in the Middle East
downgrades Israel's posi-
tion with the United States.
He said the historic Ameri-
can commitment to Israel
was "clear, unique and un-
challengeable" and that he
could foresee no cir-
cumstances under which
this would change.
When Allen was asked
about Haig's statement
he said the secretary
meant that Egypt was
America's foremost
friend among the "mod-
erate Arab nations."
Both Haig and Allen con-
tinued to call for Congres-
sional approval of the sale of
AWACS reconnaissance
aircraft and other advanced
weaponry to Saudi Arabia. '
He denied that he had
asked Begin to drop his op-
position to the arms pac-
kage for the Saudis. He re-_
pasted that Begin has the
"right and obligation" to
express the view of the gov-
ernment and people of Is-
rael in opposition to the
sale." But his (Begin) re-
sponsibilities are not
America's responsibilities.


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Send Greetings
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)

— The National Conference
of Bishops of Brazil sent, for
the first time in its history,
New Year's greetings in the
name of the Catholic
Church to the Jewish com-
munity. The message,
signed by Msgr. No
Lorscheiter, also expressed
gratitude for the acceptance
of an invitation "for a religi-
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level."

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tinues not to have any
comment on their legal-
ity.
But both Haig and Allen
stressed that the most im-
portant outcome following
Sadat's death by assassina-
tion last week is that
Mubarak and Begin
pledged to continue the au-
tonomy talks. Haig stressed
that the United States was a
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Level" of its representatives
at the talks if that was
deemed necessary.
At present, the United
States is represented at the
autonomy talks by its Am-
bassadors to Egypt and Is-
rael respectively, Alfred
Atherton and Samuel
Lewis.

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