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March 11, 1983 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 11, 1983 21

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Taba, Trade Talks Seen as Thaw in Israel-Egypt Relations

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel and Egypt will open
trade talks in Cairo next
week aimed at resuming
commercial relations frozen
since Israel's invasion of
Lebanon last June. This
announcement followed two
days of meetings in Ismailia
last week over the disputed

Taba region, the first since
Egypt suspended negotia-
tions last summer because
of the war in Lebanon.
Although the Ismailia
meeting adjourned without
making progress on the
border dispute and without
setting.a date for the next
session, the very fact it was

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held indicated that a thaw
in relations between Cairo
and Jerusalem was under-
way.
That was reinforced by
statements by President
Hosni Mubarak's close aide,
Osama El-Baz, and by
Mubarak. himself, making
it clear that Egypt considers
its relations with Israel to
be of utmost importance and
that it is firmly committed
to the Camp David peace
process.
The
Egyptians
moreover bowed to is-
rael's demands that

Mubarak Blasts
PLO Interference

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negotiations over the fu- terioration of relations with
ture status of the Taba Israel which might
region be coordinated endanger the peace treaty
with the advancing the between them.
normalization of rela-
El-Baz, in an interview
tions between the two with a Saudi Arabian news-
countries. The upcoming paper, warned that it is not
trade talks in Cairo is in the Arabs' interest to
viewed as a sign of allow the Egyptian-Israeli
Egypt's compliance with peace treaty to become
Israel's terms for resum- "fragile" or to collapse be-
ing the Taba negotia- cause of specific Israeli
tions.
policies'. E1-Baz stressed
Israeli observers say Egypt's commitment to
Egypt may have decided to Camp David, noting that it
resume the dialogue for fear had succeeded in at least
that the freeze could deepen one respect the recovery
and lead eventually to a de- of Sinai by Egypt.

Mubarak, who is pre-
sently attending the confer-
ence of non-aligned nations
in New Delhi, also con-
firmed Egypt's commitment
to Camp David in remarks
to officials of the ruling Na-
tional Democratic Party in
Cairo before leaving for In-
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