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May 07, 1982 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, May 1, 1962

Venue Dispute Holding Up Mideast Autonomy Talks

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department indi-
cated that the resumption of
the autonomy talks is being
held up by a dispute over
where negotiations should
be held.
Dena
Spokesman

Fischer's remarks were in
reply to a question about Is-
raeli Premier Menahem
Begin's statement in a radio
interview that if the next
sesssion of the talks will not
be held in Jerusalem, they
will not be held at all.

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President
Egyptian
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Begin's demands that when
the talks are held in Israel
the site be Jerusalem and
not Tel Aviv.
Fischer would not
comment on a report that
the U.S. has suggested
that talks resume next
month in Washington.
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countries if peace is to be
achieved in the Middle
East.
"U.S. leadership is going
to be needed," Percy said in
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But he noted that on his
trip to the Middle East dur-
ing the Congressional
Christmas-New Year re-
cess 5-, he told the leaders of
each of the 13 Arab coun-
tries he visited that "It's up
to you if you- ever want
peace in the Middle East to„
come forward also with the
same kind of initiatives that
President (Anwar) Sadat
did and Premier (Menahem)
Begin did in bringing about
the Camp David talks."
Percy said it is now
necessary to broaden the
Camp. David talks by
bringing in at least one or
two other Arab coun-
tries. He said "at this
time" the -U.S. should not
talk to the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.
But he stressed, "You
must deal with representa-
tives of the Palestinians if
you are ever going to have
peace in the Middle East."
Percy also said that Point
7 of the plan proposed by
Crown Prince Fand of Saudi
-Arabia "clearly implies
without any equivocation"
recognition of Israel.
"Isn't that what Israel has
always wanted?" he asked.
Percy did not sag, however,
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