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February 22, 1985 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-22

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Friday, February 22, 1985 19

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Perqs' Trip Stirs Mideast Speculation

Jerusalem (JTA) — Premier
Shimon Peres' brief visits to Italy
and Romania this week, have
generated more than routine
political interest. Italian Premier
Benito Craxi said on a Voice of
Israel Radio interview Sunday
that he received a message from
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion chief Yassir Arafat for Peres.
Craxi said Arafat's message ar-
rived following the announce-
ment in Amman last week that he
and King Hussein of Jordan had
agreed on a framework for
negotiating a Middle East settle-
ment. The Italian leader called
the agreement a serious develop-
ment.
His comment raised concern
among Israeli hawks who were
also alarmed by reports that Peres
would receive a letter from Arafat
while in Romania after his visit to
Rome. He is scheduled to meet in
Bucharest with President Nicolae
Ceausescu, who played a role
some eight years ago in paving
the way for Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat's historic journey to
Jerusalem.
Romania is the only Com-
munist bloc nation which main-
tains diplomatic relations with Is-

rael and is considered a likely go
between in arranging contacts be-
tween Israel and its Arab foes.
In remarks to the Cabinet be-
fore his departure, Peres said that
Israel stands by the Camp David
accords as the only basis for con-
tinuation of the peace process in
the Middle East and renewed his
invitation to Hussein to come to
the negotiating table without
pre-conditions.
Peres' remarks came in the
midst of a Cabinet discussion of
the Hussein-Arafat agreement.
The nature of the purported
agreement remains vague and no
details have emerged although a

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Push Russia

New York (JTA) — The new
government of Uruguay may be
taking a tough approach with the
• Soviet Union regarding the
treatment of Jews in the USSR,
according to a report issued by the
• American Jewish Committee's
• Office on South American Affairs.
The report is based on a docu-
ment, The Drama of Jews in the
published by the
USSR,
Uruguayan Committee on Behalf
of Rights of Soviet Jewry and the
Uruguayan Jewish Federation.
Dr. Enrique Tarigo, who will
take office next month as vice
president with the first demo-
cratically elected government in
Uruguay in many years, is
president of the 'Uruguayan
Committee on Behalf of Soviet
Jewry, which jointly published
/-N-) the booklet with the Uruguayan
Jewish Federation.
Jacob Kovadloff, director of
South American Affairs for the
AJC, commenting on Tarigo's
preface to the 40-page study, said
Tarigo's statements aboout the
Soviet Union may be a "hearten-
• ing signal of the Uruguayan gov-
ernment's future attitudes toward
Jews living, not only in the USSR,
but in Uruguay, as well, and
toward other Jewish communities
, around the world."
Meanwhile, in Washington
'1 \ next week, 700 students from col-
• leges throughout the U.S. will join
in a massive lobbying effort. They
will ask Congress, for the ninth
consecutive year, to persuade the
Soviet Union to permit Jews who
want to be reunited with their
families elsewhere to leave and to
\ Th11ow those who stay in the Soviet
, .n to live as Jews.
*. he same time, thousands of
students will stage ral-
nmpuses on Thursday
us been designated as In-
d Solidarity Day.

Reagan Administration official
called it a "milestone" and
President Reagan himself told re-
porters last Thursday "It seems as
if some progress has been made.
We're being optimistic about it."
Israel meanwhile, appeared
satisfied with the President's two
days of talks with King Fand of
Saudi Arabia because Reagan re-
peatedly stressed the need for the
Arabs to engage in direct negotia-
tions with the Jewish state.
But Israeli leaders were con-
cerned about this week's meeting
in Vienna between U.S. and
Soviet officials dealing with the
Middle East.

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