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April 16, 1982 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-16

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Turkey Will Maintain Tie
With Israel, Minister Says

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"We believe Turkey will
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Middle East to the extent
that she strengthens her re-
lations with Islamic coun-
tries, and similarly for the
Islamic world to the extent
that she takes her place in
the economic and political
decision-making mechan-
ism of the EEC."
Asked by the president of
Tusiad to comment on rela-
tions with Israel, the Tur-
kish Foreign Minister said
that a break in relations
was not being envisaged
and gave the following ex-
planation:
"There are certain sensi-
tive balances in our foreign
policy. We have to assess
our external relations as a
whole. Arab countries are
understanding about the
difficulties we would have
in cutting off relations with
Israel entirely."
Besides Egypt, Turkey
was the only Islamic coun-
fry which did not vote in
favor of the recent UN
General Assembly resolu-
tion condemning Israel's
annexation of the Golan
Heights and calling for Is-
rael's total isolation from
the international commu-
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lations with Israel is not
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_ Turkmen's remarks,
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closed the intention of his
government to apply for full
membership in the Euro-
pean Economic Community
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Turkey, he added, did not
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West while strengthening
relations in the Middle
East.
Elaborating on this
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foreign policy, Turkey
would take care to "keep
all options open" and to
distinguish clearly be-
tween short-term and
long-term perspectives.
He noted:

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