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Friday,- October 12, 1984

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head on." He added that the
"support of the President of
the United States government
and the American people is a
source of strength and inspira-
tion to all of us."
The Israeli Premier, who
met with Reagan previously
as the leader of the Israeli op-
position, said that his meet-
ings in Washington on Mon-.
day and Tuesday have left him
with the belief that "relations
between the United States and
Israel have reached a 'new
level of harmony and under-
standing."
He expressed the gratitude
of all Israelis to the
President, the Congress, and
foremost, the people of the
United States for the lasting
friendship existing between
our two peoples and coun-
tries."
Peres added that "I found in
the White House a true friend
of Israel who understands her
problems and dilemmas, is
aware of her difficulties and
follows her efforts to face
them."
Reagan earlier said he
wanted to pay "special tribute
to the leadership qualities" of
both Peres and Shamir for
having "shown courage and
determination to put aside
partisan politics, joining to-
gether in a government of na-
tional unity to deal with Is-
rael's most pressing prob-
lems."
Peres noted that the gov-
ernment of national unity was
formed in the united city of
Jerusalem in the spirit of the
words of the prophet Ezekiel
who said, shall give them an
undivided heart and a new
spirit.' "
He said the new government
is "united in our confidence in
the United States of America
. . . in our desire for peace .. .
in our desire to bring our boys
back from Lebanon provided
that the security of the north-
ern part of Israel will be
guaranteed."
Reagan also noted Israel's
desire to leave Lebanon. The
United States stands ready to
help, provided the parties con-
cerned want the United States
to play this role and are corn-
mitted to finding the answers
to the difficult issues in-
volved," Reagan said.
While Israel has been urg-
ing the United States to play a
mediator role to allow an Is-
raeli pull-out, a senior Ad-
ministration official said later
that there have so far been no
signs from Syria that it wants
the United States to play such
a role. The United States has
been reluctant to become in-

1-bn cicrrc ■ nrricavv1-

of all the parties. The officiel
said that there was no formal
request from Peres for the \
United States to act as
mediator.
In his remarks Tuesday ;
Peres expressed "my hope that
the United States will con-
tinue to play an important rolei
in reducing tension in our-,
region and revitalizing the
peace process."
Reagan, who said he
stressed to Peres, our funda-
mental commitment to Israel's
national security," said tha
he also gave him our firm
commitment to the goal of
just and lasting peace between
Israel and all - its Arab
neighbors." He said the ingre-
dients in this were United Na-
tions Security Council Resolu=,,
tion 242, the Camp David acc-
cords and the Egyptian-Israel
peace treaty. •
Reagan added that he "reaf-
firmed today my initiative of
Sept. 1, 1982" which he said<=;
contained proposals "designed
to bring the parties to th
negotiating table presumably
with their own positions." The
Administration official said
Peres did not repeat Israel's re-
jection of the Reagan initia- '
tive but he noted that Peres, ip
a television interview
,
month, said he did not oppose:
the initiative, just the specific
proposals.
Reagan noted that consult?,
tions have been going on be-
tween the United States and
Israel on security assistance
programs in a "way that con':
tributes most effectively to Is-
rael's overall national security
and maintenance of its qual-H
itative edge." He said that De-
fense Secretary Caspar Wein—)
berger will be in Israel next
week to discuss security mat-
ters.
The Administration official
who briefed reporters on the
White House talks said the
Administration stressed to the
Israelis that it is determined
to have close ties with its Arab
friends. The official said that
also discussed was the need for
a mutual dialogue with Jor-
dan; Israel relations with,
Egypt and the "quality of life"
on the West Bank. He said the
talks were "very open" and
"extraordinarily" wide rang-
ing.
But the official stressed that-- 1
the economy dominated most - I
of the conversations at th:) '
White House and with Secre-
tary of State George Shultz.
He said the new joint working-- C 1
group will meet twice a year,
alternately in Washington'
and Jerusalem. It will include (
government- officials and pri-

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