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November 29, 1985 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-29

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Washington (JTA) — Secretary
of State George Shultz stressed
again Sunday that the Soviet
Union cannot be considered as a
part of the Middle East peace
process until it restores diploma-
tic relations with Israel and im-
proves its policies toward Soviet
Jews.
To have a ticket of admission,
at least a country must have dip-
lomatic relationships with Is-
rael," Shultz said on the NBC-TV
Meet the Press program. "At least,
it must address the way it treats
Jews within its own country. At
least it must take a look at the
problem of the people who want to
emigrate," Shultz added.
Shultz said President Reagan
had a "lengthy and intense dis-
cussion" with Soviet leader
Mikhail Gorbachev on human
rights during their talks in
Geneva last week. This was
echoed by White House Chief of
Staff Donald Regan in an appear-
ance on the CBS-TV"Face the Na-
tion" program.
But Regan stressed that this

issue was best handled in private
discussions. However, Shultz
noted that the U.S. has publicly
outlined its position on human
rights and referred to his speech
in Helsinki last July where he
listed Soviet human rights viola-
tions against Jews and others.
The Geneva summit prompted
demonstrations in behalf of Soviet
Jewry in the United States,
Europe and Israel, where stu-
dents took to the streets of
downtown Tel Aviv Nov. 17 plead-
ing for the release of Soviet pris-
oners of conscience and increased
emigration.
Meanwhile, the Rev. Jesse
Jackson received high praise last
week from B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional for making a "forceful ap-
peal" on behalf of Soviet Jews dur-
ing an impromptu 45-minute
face-to-face exchange with Gor-
bachev in Geneva last week. Gor-
bachev denied there was a Jewish
problem in the USSR.
The encounter took place in the
lobby of the Soviet Mission during
an intermission in Gorbachev's

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