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Secretary of State George
Shultz has said that the U.S.,
Jordan and others had "bent
over backwards" to give Yasser
Arafat and the PLO a chance to
get involved in a new round of
Arab-Israeli peace negotiations.
But during testimony before
the House Appropriations Sub-
committee on Foreign Opera-
tions last week, Shultz lamented
that "in the end, the PLO
leadership would not move."
The Secretary, who went to
Capitol Hill to defend the Ad-
ministration's new worldwide
foreign aid proposal, discussed
in some detail the most recent
collapse of the peace initiative,
underscored by King Hussein's
speech late last month.
And while the Secretary again
promised to continue the effort,
other U.S. officials privately
conceded that the current pro-
spects for getting any serious
negotiating process off the
ground were remote.
"So, as always, here," Shultz
said, "we have the forces of
peace and moderation, the con-
structive forces, and there are
always people who are against
them. But I believe that even
though the difficulties are great
and the probablities are never in
your favor, we should never stop
trying to work for peace in the
Middle East. It is of tremendous
importance to us and to the
region, and we just have to keep
struggling and working at it,
thinking of new ways to go
about it."
In recalling the most recent .
U.S. and Jordanian overtures to
the PLO, the Secretary confirm-
ed that the U.S. would have
been willing to invite the PLO to
an international conference if it
had renounced violence, ac-
cepted "the fact that Israel is
there and is there to stay," and
accepted UN Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338.
"Now," he continued, "we
have struggled with King Hus-
sein and with the government of
Israel. Everything we've done
we've worked together very
closely. We have struggled to
find a Palestinian representa-
tion that would have the kind of
legitimacy and support of the
Palestinians community so that
they would be seen as real repre-
sentatives. And the views of
leaders of the PLO have rele-
vance there.
"We have at the same time
fully recognized that those peo-
ple have to be people that Israel
will be ready to sit down with
and talk with. So the past ac-
tivities and the terrorist ac-
tivities of the PLO and indi-
viduals in the PLO are quite
relevant there."
Shultz also said the situation
had been complicated by the
fact that Hussein continued to
endorse the 1974 Rabat declara-
tion that the PLO was the sole,
legitimate rperesentative.
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"From our standpoint," he
said, "our objective has always
been very simple and clear cut.
We wanted to see emerge from
whatever process a direct nego-
tiation between Israel and, in
this case, Jordan with legitimate
and acceptable Palestinian
representation. That has been
the objective that has guided
everything that we have done."
He said the U.S. had dis-
cussed with Hussein various
sorts of international confer-
ences. In that context, he said
the U.S. had been ready to go
along with an invitation to the
PLO to particiate in such a con-
ference "but not beyond that."
He said Hussein had been in-
volved in "a long and 'aruous
and creative" effort to convince
Arafat to accept the minimal
conditions. "And there were
times when the King was quite
optimistic that that might be
done," Shultz said.
Shultz recalled that a similar
initiative organized by Britain
last year also eventually failed.
The British had been prepared

But "in the end,"
the Secretary of
State told a House
committee, "the
PLO leadership
would not move."

to meet with a joint Jordanian-
PLO delegation if the PLO of-
ficials would have issued a state-
ment renouncing violence and
accepting Resolutions 242 and
338.
"It seemed that the meeting
was going to take place and
then, at the last minute, they
wouldn't do it," Shultz said.
"And the King has had the
same experience."
The Secretary said he agreed
with Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin's statement that' if the
PLO were to accept all of those
conditions, then "it wouldn't be
the PLO anymore." Shultz said,
"That's true. But that's what
has to happen in some of these
cases."
He said the PLO should recog,
nize that "Israel is there amd •
that the armed struggle has got-
ten them nowhere." The PLO,
he added, should "take a dif-
ferent course. And if they will
make that decision, then some-
thing fruitful might come for-
ward. But the tragic fact is that
they haven't been willing to
make it."
Shultz also condemned the
murder of Nablus Mayor Zafer
el-Masri. He described him as "a
moderate Palestinian who was
trying to play a constructive
role."
Earlier, the White House and
the State Department publicly
•' mourned, the assassination.

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