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June 20, 1986 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-20

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NEWS

President Reagan to Pitch AWACS
Delivery For Saudi Arabia To Congress

Washington (JTA) — Presi-
dent Reagan intends to notify
Congress soon that conditions
have been met for the delivery of
five AWACS surveillance planes
to Saudi Arabia, the White
House announced last Monday.
The delivery of the sophis-
ticated Airborne Warning and
Control System planes, which
were the object of a fierce Con-
gressional battle in 1981, is
unlikely to face strong opposi-
tion in Congress, according to
legislative sources. Blocking the
transfer would require specific
legislation not only to forbid the
delivery but to reimburse the
Saudis for the $3.2 billion
already deposited for their
production.
White House spokesman

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Larry Speakes said the Presi-
dent, in compliance with a re-
quirement legislated by Con-
gress, would send written cer-
tification that all the conditions
required for delivery of the
planes have been met.
The conditions, which initial-
ly took the form of pledges by
the President to Congress and
were subsequently incorporated
in legislation, include Saudi
agreement to security ar-
rangements for the highly
sophisticated AWACS tech-
nology so as to prevent it from
being used against Israel or
from falling into other hands.
They also include assurances
that delivery of the planes
"enhances the atmosphere and
prospects for peace" and that
the Saudis have proveided "sub-
stantial assistance" to achieving
peace in the region.
According to a State Depart-
ment source, the first of the five
planes are expected to be ready
for • transfer to the Saudis on
June 21.
Following a narrowly lost at-
tempt by members of Congress
last month to block the sale of
what started out as a $354
million missile package to Saudi

Arabia, Sen. Alan Cranston, who
had taken the lead in opposing
the package, backed off plans to
launch a new battle against the
AWACS delivery.
"He simply feels that we ac-
complished a great deal already,"
a Cranston aide said. He referred
to the fact that the White House
was forced to remove the most
controversial component of the
package — the shoulder-fired
Stinger missiles — in order to
push the sale through Congress.
Others have sought victory in
the failure to block the Saudi
package by pointing to the in-
itial unprecedcented passage - of
a resolution disapproving the
sale, and the narrowness of the
vote to sustain the President's
subsequent veto.
One Congressional source said
that although there has been
much discussion of a possible
campaign to block the transfer
of the planes, nobody has yet in-
dicated a willingness to take the
lead and a move to legislate
against it was unlikely.

Meanwhile, the American Is-
rael Public Affairs Committee is
deciding whether to mount a
campaign against delivery of the
AWACS.

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