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June 30, 1989 - Image 30

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ashington — Presi-
dent George Bush
has assured a bipar-
tisan group of U.S. senators of
his admininstration's strong
support for Israel and its
peace initiative.
During a closed-door, one-
hour meeting at the White
House last Friday, the presi-
dent promised that he would
find a way in the coming days
to publicly underline that
pro-Israeli stance.
The senators, who had re-
quested the meeting follow-
ing Secretary of State James
Baker's speech May 22 before
the American Isael Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC),
were among the initiators of
a strongly-worded letter to
Baker calling for more visible
U.S. support for the Israeli
plan, including Palestinian
autonomy elections on the
West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Ninety-five of the 100
senators signed that letter.
The senators had clearly
been concerned by the tone of
Baker's speech, especially its
blunt admonitions to Israel to
make territorial and other
concessions to the
Palestinians.
Following the meeting,
several senators said they had
been reassured by Bush. The
president was quoted as hav-
ing said: "I'm going to do
something to reaffirm our
commitment, our full sup-
port, for the prime minister's
initiative."
It was unclear exactly what
form that reaffirmation
would take. Some sources said
the President might write a
warmly-worded letter to
Shamir which would be
released to the press.
White House spokesman
Marlin Fitzwater told
reporters following the
meeting that the administra-
tion "feels that the elections
are an important concept and
that they constitute a very
helpful proposal that we want
to pursue with all the parties
in the region."
Fitzwater added that the
president described Israel as
"a steadfast ally and friend."
Among those attending the
session were Senate
Democratic Majority Leader
George Mitchell of Maine and
Republican Minority Leader
Bob Dole of Kansas. Others
participating included Sens.
Jesse Helms, (R-N.C.), Rudy
Boschwitz, (R-Minn.), Richard

Lugar, (R-Ind.), and Arlen
Specter, (R-Penn.).
Also participating were
Sens. Joseph Biden, (D-Del.),
Daniel Inouye, (D-Hawaii),
Carl Levin, (D-Mich.),
Howard Metzenbaum, (D-
Ohio), Paul Sarbanes,
(D-Md.).
Fitzwater noted that the
Senators have special interest
in the Middle East situation.
"I think this meeting had
been requested for some
time." The senators, he said,
"just wanted a chance to
make sure that the president
heard their views and also
receive his assessment and
assurances on where we are
at the moment."
A day before the meeting,
Secretary Baker dismissed
the Soviet Union's latest pro-

Carl Levin:
Met with Bush.

posal for informal discussions
on the Middle East among
the five permanent members
of the United Nations Securi-
ty Council.
During testimony before
the House Foreign Affairs
Committee, the secretary con-
firmed that a high-level
delegation of Soviet
diplomatic specialists had
raised this proposal during
"regional" talks in
Washington with American
officials earlier this month.

Baker, responding to ques-
tions posed by Rep. Ben
Gilman, (R-N.Y.), said that the
United States apparently had
been successful in convincing
the Soviets to drop the idea
and at the same time to give
Israel's proposal for West
Bank and Gaza elections an
opportunity to get off the
ground.
"We have tried to
discourage [the] Soviets, and
for that matter, member
countries of the European
Community from pressing
forward at this time toward

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