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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 18, 1985

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U.S. would
discuss Mideast
with Soviets

Washington (JTA) — The
United States has told the Soviet
Union it would like to discuss the
Middle East and other regional is-
sues, but no agreement has been
made to hold such talks, the State
Department said.

Department spokesman Ber-
nard Kalb said that Secretary of
State George Shultz, in his talks
with Soviet Foreign Minister An-
drei Gromyko in Geneva last
week, "noted U.S. interest in hold-
ing" such talks, but said an
agreement for the talks by
Mideast experts from the two
countries would have to be
scheduled through diplomatic
channels.
But Kalb stressed that the U.S.
still opposed an international con-
ference which would include the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion on the Middle East proposed
1 by the Soviet Union because it be-
lieves the best way to achieve
peace is direct negotiations be-
tween Israel and the Arab states.
Kalb, who accompanied Shultz
in Geneva, made his debut Mon-
( day as the spokesman at the daily
State Department briefing after
years of sitting on the opposite
side as an NBC and CBS televi-
sion reporter.
Kalb's comments came after he
was questioned about published
reports that R. Mark Palmer, de-
puty assistant secretary of state
for European affairs, went to Is-
rael and Egypt last week to tell
the two governments that the
U.S. and the Soviet Union plan to
hold talks on the Mideast. But
Kalb said he "understood" that
) Palmer went to Jerusalem and
Cairo to brief the two govern-
; meats about the results of the
Geneva talks on nuclear dis-
armament.
The spokesman noted that
President Reagan, in his address
to the United Nations General
Assembly last September, "noted
our interest in policy level dis-
cussions about regional problems
with the Soviets. We would in-
clude the Middle East as a possi-
ble area of discussion. As the
President said — the objectives of
such a political dialogue are to
help avoid miscalculations, re-
duce the potential risk of U.S.-
Soviet confrontation and help the
people in areas of conflict to find
peaceful solutions."
Reading from a statement on
this issue, Kalb added: "We have
continually urged the Soviets to
take a constructive approach
toward the efforts to find peaceful
solutions to regional problems. In
this connection, we continue to be-
lieve that such an international
conference is not a productive ap-
proach in the search for peace.
"The only realistic path to peace

is direct negotiations among the

parties directly concerned based
on UN Security Council Resolu-
tions 242 and 338, a proces the
U.S. has encouraged in the Camp
David accords and President
Reagan's Sept. 1, 1982 initiative."

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