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April 08, 1983 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-08

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State Dept. Denies Plans
to Sell Tanks to the Saudis

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WASHINGTON -(JTA) —
The State Department de-
nied a published report that
the United States plans to
sell Saudi Arabia 1,200 M1
Abrams tanks. The U.S. has
only agreed to a Saudi Ara-
bian request for a demon-
stration of the tanks, de-
partment spokesman Alan
Romberg maintained.
Romberg stressed that as
"one aspect" of the long
term U.S. effort to "assist
the Saudis in enhancing

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their defense capabilities
with a view to improving
their own and regional se-
curity," the United States
has "agreed to provide a
demonstration of the M-1
tank and the M-2/M-3 APCs
in Saudi Arabia this sum-
mer at Saudi expense.
This demonstration is at
Saudi Arabia's request fol-
lowing a similar demon-
stration in the U.S. last
year," Romberg said.
He said the story which
appeared in the New
York Times Monday
"contains many inac-
curacies." He confirmed
that there are anumber of
Saudis in training at Fort
Knox, Ky., on the M-1 "in
connection with this
demonstration."
The Times' story said a
crew of 18 Saudi tank
soldiers began training at
Fort Knox in the Abrams
tank two weeks ago.
"We have no formal re-
quest for the M-1 tank from
Saudi Arabia," Romberg
stressed. He said that if
such a request was forth-
coming from the Saudis,
"this will be considered in
accordance with established
procedure, including con-
sultation with Congress."
Romberg added that the
United States also has "no
plans for stockpiling M-ls
in Saudi Arabia, nor have
we ever discussed this mat-
ter with the Saudi govern-
ment. This assertion is un-
warranted speculation."
The Times' story
claimed that Saudi
Arabia will begin getting
about 400 tanks in 1985,
with some of them for
possible use by the U.S.
There have been reports
that the U.S. plans to sell
large numbers of the Ab-
rams tanks to Saudi Arabia
ever since it was first re- .
vealed that a demonstration
was held for the Saudis last
summer.

Seven Killed
on Israel Roads

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Seven ,people were killed,
including two tourists from
Switzerland, and 24 injured
in Israeli road accidents
during the first two days of
the Passover holiday. Four
of the dead and 20 of those
injured were in a multiple
car collision some 12
kilometers north of
Beersheva. Four vehicles
were involved in the pile-
up.
Also on the first day ofthe
holiday, an 83-year-old
pedestrian was killed while
crossing the coastal high-
way north of Tel Aviv. The
two Swiss nationals and
four other Israelis were in-
jured in a three-car pile-up
on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem
highway.

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