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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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32 Friday, September 9, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Secretary of State Shultz Pledges Aid to Lebanese Government

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Secretary of State George
Shultz declared at a press
conference at the State De-
partment last week that the
U.S. intends to help
Lebanese President Amin
Gemayel in his new initia-

tive to restore order in his
country, and also that the
U.S. will deal with a new
Israel government when it
is formed.
In a prepared statement,
Shultz said, "As we all
know, there has been wide-

spread fighting recently
throughout Beirut and its
suburbs. At present we are
advised by the Lebanese
central authorities that ef-
fective measures are being
taken to restore order. We
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Shultz said "a historic
problem in Lebanon has
been to find a formula for
reconciliation of the various
communal and congres-
sional groups. President
Gemayel has been working
hard to do just that
throughout his tenure in
office. He issued a call for
key Lebanese leaders to join
in a dialogue aimed at con-
stituting a new national ap-
proach to reconciliation and
unity."
Shultz said that the U.S.
"firmly supports this ef-
fort" and that it is consis-
tent with Presidpnt
Reagan's firm policy of
support for an indepen-
dent Lebanon, and with-
drawal of all foreign
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might undertake."
Shults also said he had
no plans to go to the
Middle East after his
upcoming scheduled trip to
Madrid. However, he de-
scribed Reagan's special
envoy Robert McFarlane
and Ambassador Richard
Fairbanks as "very compe-
tent people, doing an out-
standing job, and handling
the situation well."
Shultz, asked about the
implications of Premier Be-
gin's resignation, declared
that in his dealings with the
premier, he found him to be
"a person of clear strong-
mind, vigorous, he was a
gentlemanly person to deal
with, and I wish him well."
Shultz disclosed that last
spring "we were close to a
Palestinian participation"
on negotiations "that would
have reinvigorated the
negotiating process that
failed at the last minute,
but perhaps we can bring it
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northern border.
Shultz added, 'We intend
to help President Gemayel
in his new initiative in
every way possible through
our own efforts and through
cooperation in the multina-
tional force with France,
Italy and Great Britain."
He also said, "We call
upon the international
community in general and
particularly on Syria, which
has the largest army in
Lebanon, to respect and
support this process."
The Secretary of State af-
firmed that the United
States will continue to pro-
vide training and support
for the Lebanese armed
forces and for the MNF and
the U.S. Marine contingent
of that force, as well as
active diplomatic efforts.
Shultz stated emphatically,
"Let no one doubt that if at-
tacked, the Marines will
take care of themselves
with vigor."
Shultz said that "the
problems of Lebanon,
important in their own
right, are at the same time
apart of the greater ques-
tion of peace for the Mid-
dle East." He said that
President Reagan's Sept.
1, 1982 peace initiative is
still valid and "a work-
able basis for negotiat-
ing." He added that "any
serious efforts in the days
ahead, must return to
these fundamentals" of
the Camp David accords
and UN Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338.
During the question-
and-answer session, Shultz
stated that the U.S. has "no
plan under consideration at
the moment to change the
size or role or mission of the
multinational force or the
United States Marine con-
tingent of it . . . when the
process of withdrawal of
foreign forces from Lebanon
really gets under way, ques-
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