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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-01

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THE DETROITIEWISH NEWS

7.

Reagan Administration Uses Soothing
Words in Its Confrontation With Israel

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Reagan Administra-
tion appeared to be moving
over the weekend toward
healing tha, sharp rift that
developed with Israel over
its annexation of the Golan
Heights and the subsequent
suspension by the U.S. of its
recently signed strategic
cooperation agreement with
Israel.
`, This was indicated in the
remarks of two top Ad-
ministration officials in
- television interviews Sun-
day and the State Depart-
ment's disclosure that the
U.S. "is in communication
with the Israelis on
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memorandum of under-
standing on strategic coop-
eration which was sus-
pended Dec. 18.
Appearing
on
the
CBS-TV "Face the Nation"
program, Walter Stoessel,
undersecretary of state for
political affairs, said the
Administration expects "no
further aggravation of the
relationship" between the
U.S. and Israel. -
At the same time, the
U.S. Ambassador to the
United Nationa Jeane
Kirkpatrick, answering
questions on the ABC-TV
"The Week With David
Brinkley" program, de-
clared, "It is inconceiva-
ble to me that we would
accept sanctions in the
UN against Israel."

Stoessel was asked if gov-
ernments recently
sanctioned by the U.S. (Is-
rael, Poland and Soviet-
occupied Afghanistan)
"have been responsive." He
replied, "I think they are
taking our views seriously.
We have made our points
. . . With Israel, I think
there is a lot of reflection
going on about the situation
and I think the prospects
are there for no further ag-
gravation of the relation-
ship."
Kirkpatrick was asked if
the U.S. would endorse a re-
solution in the Security
Council calling for sanc-
tions against Israel or if it
would "revamp that resolu-
tion so that it is something
we can vote for rather than
veto." She replied, "We ha-
ven't even had a resolution
. . . It is impossible to guess
what our response will be to
resolutions that do not
exist."
Kirkpatrick added, "We
understand that the Sy-
rians and some of their col-
leagues right now are con-
sidering whether they want
to come in with a very
strong resolution to impose
sanctions or whether they
want to come in with a mild
resolution and hope for con-
sensus . . . It is inconceiva-
ble to me that we would ac-
cept sanctions in the UN
against Israel."
Kirkpatrick's remarks
were echoed in part by
Department
State
spokesman
Dean
Fischer. He told repor-
ters, "We do not have the
text of a resolution on
sanctions or on any
proposed action relating
to Israel's so-called an-
nexation of the Golan
Heights and until we do it
doesn't serve any useful
purpose to speculate on
how we might vote."
Fischer explained his un-
certainty as to whether Is-
rael in fact annexed the
Golan Heights by noting
that there was "debate even

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among learned lawyers as
to whether Israel's action
constituted annexation per
se . . . In any event, we do
not recognize it and I think
that is the important point."
President Reagan has de-
nied that the U.S. cancelled
its month-old strategic
cooperation agreement with
Israel.
The President, who made
his remarks in an interview
with the Miami Herald pub-
lished Sunday, did not pre-
dict when the suspension
would be lifted. But he ap-
peared to reject Premier
Menahem Begin's conten-

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reement is now null and
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approach toward Begin. He
said the Israeli Premier's
criticism of the U.S. was "a
little harsh" but added,
"Friends sometimes have
arguments and I guess this
is one of them."

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