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February 25, 1983 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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Progress in Lebanon Talks;
Bickering Among Parties

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
There has been "certain
progress" in the talks be-
tween Israel, Lebanon and
the U.S., Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir and David
Kimche, head of the Israeli
negotiating team, told the
Cabinet. But Israel is
highly skeptical of Syria's
intention to pull its forces
out of Lebanon and has con-
veyed its doubts to the U.S.
There were indications of
Israeli flexibility with re-
spect to its future presence
in Lebanon. It is no longer
talking of early warning

stations in south Lebanon
manned by Israeli troops
but rather of observation
posts after all foreign forces
have withdrawn from the
country.
On the other hand, no
progress has been made
toward normalization of re-
lations between Lebanon
and Israel. The Israelis in-
sist on full normalization
immediately whereas the
Lebanese say this must be a
gradual process.
Shamir told the
Cabinet that according to
his information, Syria
does not intend to pull
out of Lebanon. He said
he raised the issue when
he met with U.S. special
envoys Philip Habib and
Morris Draper in
Herzliya last Friday. Is-
rael demands hard evi-
dence of a Syrian com-
mitment to withdrawal,
Shamir said and Habib is
going to Damascus this
week to try to get it.
(The State Department
said last week that it was
"not true" that Habib has
set April 3 as the target date
for withdrawal of all foreign
forces from Lebanon. But
department spokesman
John Hughes said the U.S.
continues to view with a
sense of "urgency" the need
for a complete pull-out of Is-
raeli, Syrian and PLO
forces.)
On Tuesday, the dele-
gates of Israel, Lebanon and
the U.S. held their 17th
round of talks in an atmos-
phere of contentiousness in
Natanya.
The session opened with a
sharp attack by David
Kimche, head of the Israeli
negotiating team, who ac-
cused the Lebanese of try-
ing to "get the U.S." to exert
pressure on Israel.
Turning to the
Lebanese delegation,
headed by Antoine
Fatale, Kimche ex-
pressed his country's
"anger and frustration"
over reports from Beirut
accusing Israel of delay-
ing any agreement.
Fatale replied in a con-
ciliatory tone. He said the
accusations Kimche com-‘
plained about appeared in
the Lebanese press and did
not reflect official govern-
ment thinking in Beirut.
Kimche then turned on
the American delegation,
demanding to know "what
is being done to get the Sy-
rians out" of Lebanon. The
Americans remained silent
even after Kimche repeated
his question. Fatale re-
marked that he thought the
Syrians would indeed with-
draw from Lebanon.
The meeting broke up
into subcommittees for con-
tinuing discussions of de-
tails on military matters
and bilateral relations be-
tween Israel and Lebanon.

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