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October 03, 1986 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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Lebanon. The zone was
established by Israel when it
withdrew its forces from
Lebanon in June, 1985.
The resolution was ap-
proved after France asked the
UN to compel the evacuation
of Israel and the Israel-
backed South Lebanon Army
(SLA) from the zone and
allow the deployment of
UNIFIL to the international
border.
The French contingent of
UNIFIL is the largest of the
multi-nation force, consisting
of 1,391 troops out of a total
of 5,827. It has suffered
serious casualties in recent
weeks under attack by Shiite
Moslem extremists. Walters
remarked in the connection
that "One thing is quite clear.
It is not Israel that is killing
and wounding the soldiers" of
UNIFIL.
A report to the Security
Council, issued recently, held
Israel responsible for UNI-
FIL's vulnerability because it
refuses to allow UNIFIL to
be deployed along its border
with Lebanon.
In the Security Council
debate that followed, Israel's
Ambassador to the UN,
Binyamin Netanyahu, strong-
ly defended the south Leb-
anon security zone and
declared that if it did not ex-
ist "south Lebanon and nor-
thern Israel would again face
an intolerable situation. A
terrible violence would again
be unleashed?'

Shamir, who arrived here to
attend the 41st session of the
General Assembly, left no
doubt that Israel would not
abandon the security zone.
He said the Security Coun-
cil resolution is "the height of
absurdity" because Israel and
UNIFIL are in effect "on the
same side", both fighting ex-
tremists in south-Lebanon
such as the Iran-inspired
Hezbullah.
At a briefing for Israeli
journalists here after the
resolution vote, Shamir's
press spokesman, Avi Posner,
said Shamir made the same
point at meetings with the
Foreign Ministers of Finland
and Ireland, two countries
that provide troops for
UNIFIL.
Posner said Shamir told
Finnish Foreign Minister
Paavo Vayrynen that "We
won't pay the price for
UNIFIL to stay in Lebanon
and we will not allow any
redeployment of UNIFIL to
the south. We have to protect
our security interests, but
Israel has an interest in
UNIFIL remaining in its pre-
sent positions."
Shamir also said he was
angered by the attacks on
UNIFIL. He stressed that
Israel had not invited it into
Lebanon but would not want
to see it leave. Shamir said
much the same thing to the
Irish Foreign Minister, Peter
Barry, Posner said.

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Aviv (JTA) — An Israeli
delegation headed by a senior
government official will go to
China shortly to sign an
agreement for cooperation in
agriculture and energy be-
tween Israel and the People's
Republic of China, Israel
Thlevision reported last week.

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already exist between Israeli
and Chinese companies.
Israel Radio reported that
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General of the Prime Min-

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Paris for talks with uniden-

tified Chinese officials.

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tists are interested in develop-
ing technical and scientific
cooperation with Israel, ac-
cording to Prof. Josef Singer,
president of the Haifa Thch-
nion, who returned from an
11-day visit to China at the
invitation of the Chinese
authorities.

Singer, who is president of
the International Council of
Aeronautical Science (ICAs),
said that Chinese academi-
cians and engineers will at-
tend the next (ICAS), said
that Chinese academicians
and engineers will attend the
next ICAS convention to be
held in Israel in August,
1988. But according to
Singer, while China wants to
develop ties with Israel in
various technical fields, the
Beijing government is not
prepared to establish formal
diplomatic relations with
Israel at this time.
Beijing is moving cautious-
ly even with respect to non-
official contacts. A Chinese
delegation scheduled to at-
tend the Agritech-86 agri-
cultural machinery and
technology fair in Th1 Aviv
cancelled at the last minute.
The fair's organizers were
informed that the delegation
would not come because of
prior publicity given their
planned visit in Israel.

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