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May 09, 1986 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-09

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Israel Wants
To Renew
Autonomy Talks

New York (JTA) — Israel is
interested in renewing its talks
with Egypt on autonomy for the
Palestinians in the West Bank
and Gaza Strip and to bring
other participants into the
negotiations, Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir said here last
Saturday at a special press
briefing for Israeli cor-
respondents. He said the other
participants could include Jor-
dan and Palestinian represen-
tatives who are not associated
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Shamir made a brief stopover
in New York enroute to Central
America for a four-day visit. "I
believe that the most realistic
approach to advance peace in
the Middle East is by resuming
negotiations in the framework of
the Camp David accords,"
Shamir said.
He noted that Israel has in-
vited Jordan to negotiate for
peace without pre-conditions.
"As far as we understand Jor-
dan, she is reluctant to join in
negotiations on her own. She
seeks partners for those negotia-
tions. Unfortunately, we can't
provide partners," Shamir said.
He said, nevertheless, that he
thinks the peace process is still
alive in the MIddle East because
talks between Israel and Egypt
are still taking place and there
are, as well, "contacts with Jor-
dan."
Shamir's first stop on his Cen-
tral America tour will be in Hon-
duras where he will open the
Israel Embassy in Tegucigalpa.
.Until now, Israel was repre-
sented by a non-resident Am-
bassador. The new Embassy
represents an upgrading of
diplomatic relations between
Israel and Honduras. He will
meet there with President Hos
Ascona Hoyo.
Shamir will then visit
Guatemala for a discussion of
economic cooperation with
President Vinicio Cerezo
Arevalo and other officials. His
final stop will be in Costa Rica
to attend the inauguration of
President Oscar Arias Sanchez.
Israel has always had close rela-
tions with Costa Rica which is
one of the few countries that
moved its Embassy from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem.

Anti-Extremist
Bill Signed

Lincoln, Neb. (JTA) — Gover-
nor Robert Kerrey last week
signed into law a bill which
seeks to outlaw paramilitary
organizations from training in
the state. The governor's action
on the bill, based upon model
legislation drafted by the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, makes Nebraska
the 12th state to enact such
legislation. The action is in
response ta reported increases n
the activities of anti-Semitic and
racist groups in the region, ADL
officials said.

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