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June 11, 1982 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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Bonn-Jerusalem Tensions Eased
Following Genscher's Israel Visit

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
German Foreign
Minister Hans-Dietrich
Genscher's visit to Israel
last week eased long-
standing strains with the
Bonn government. But the
political gap between the
two countries over Middle
East policy remained as
wide as ever.
Genscher, who arrived
last Wednesday and left last
Friday, made it clear that
his country regards self-
determination for the
Palestinian people to be in-
seperable from a com-
prehensive peace in the
region and reiterated
Bonn's adherence to the
European Economic Com-
munity's (EEC) Venice dec-
laration of 1980. Israel's
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, who was
Genscher's official host,
made it equally clear that
Israel totally rejected that
concept.
Notwithstanding the
sharp differences,
Genscher's visit is believed
to have improved relations
between Israel and West
Germany which soured be-
cause of Premier Menahem
Begin's personal attacks on
Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt just before Israel's
parliamentary elections
last year and Schmidt's per-
sistent refusal to visit Israel
despite an invitation ex-
tended seven years ago and
periodically renewed.
Genscher
invited
Shamir to visit Bonn. The
two men agreed to set up
a joint economic commis-
sion to meet at regular
intervals. Genscher also
expressed support for the
idea of joint EEC - Israeli
- Egyptian economic
projects as a way the
European community
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bolstering peace in the
region.
The Israelis were also
pleased by Genscher's ex-
pression of his country's
"sympathy and respect" for
Israel's sacrifices for peace,
particularly its withdrawal
from Sinai last April 25. He
said Germany understood
how hard the Israelis found
it to cede territory replete
with historic and strategic
significance.
But Genscher's remarks
at his meetings with Israeli
leaders, at a dinner given in
his honor by Shamir and at
a press conference before his
departure, dashed any
hopes the Israelis may have
had that the EEC might
soon abandon or modify the
Middle East policies set
forth in the Venice declara-
tion. Such hopes had been
raised last month during
the visit of Leo Tindemans,
the Foreign Minister of Bel-
gium and current chairman
of the EEC Council of
Ministers. Tindemans said
that in light of develop-
ments over the past two
years including the with-
drawal from Sinai, he would
recommend a re-evaluation
of Europe's Mideast policy.
Genscher, who will take
over the chairmanship of
the Council of Ministers
this summer, declared at
the dinner that "Israel's
comprehensive security
presupposes comprehensive
peace in which all neighbor-
ing peoples are involved.
The Palestinian people
must not be omitted. Equal-
ity, self-determination and
security are as indivisible
as peace in the Middle
East."
Shamir said that Israel
rejects as well "the addi-
tion to the negotiations of
a terrorist organization
whose publicly and offi-
cially stated prupose is
the destruction of the
State of Israel. We trust
that our friends will cor-
rectly understand that
any explicit or implicit
support for the PLO,
whether by deed or dec-
laration, lessens the
chance of a dialogue with

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who seek a path to
coexistence with us."
Shamir said that Israel
watched with "tense" inter-
est the debate in Bonn over
the possible sale of ad-
vanced weaponry to Arab
countries and had received
"with satisfaction" official
German assurances that no
sales of tanks to Middle
East states were con-
templated. He was referring
to Germany's powerful
Leopard II tanks which had
been considered for sale to
Saudi Arabia.
The Israeli minister
warned that his govern-
ment would continue "to
oppose with all our might
the furnishing of offensive
weaponry to our enemies
from whatever sources." He
expressed concern over out-
breaks of racism in Ger-
many, observing that "It
happened on more than one
occasion that those dis-
seminating these slanders
are cooperating with the
Palestinian terrorist organ-
izations . . . That which un-
ites them is hatred for the
Jews and for Israel."
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communal involvement of
Israeli yordim living in the
city.

The paper said 30 Israeli
doctors and dentists living
in Basel were recently in-
vited to a function to ac-
quaint them with the
Jewish community. None of
the invitations were ac-
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BONN (JTA) — Chancel-
lor Helmut Schmidt has
complained in a meeting
with American journalists
that television stations in
the United States were
projecting an image of Ger-
many largely influenced
through films dealing with
the Nazi era.
Schmidt told his audience
that time and again he has
seen such films during vis-
its in America.
But the chancellor con-
ceded he could understand
what many Americans,
especially Jews, feel about
recent German history.

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