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June 28, 1991 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-28

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HADASSAH
IS ON THE GO

Peace Talks
Are Possible

Madrid (JTA) — Peace
talks between Israel and
Syria could begin immedi-
ately if Damascus gives a
positive reply to President
Bush's recent request for
flexibility, Israeli Foreign
Minister David Levy said
here last week.
Mr. Levy spoke to
reporters after meeting with
Spanish Foreign Minister
Francisco Fernandez Or-
donez.
"We are expecting that
Syria will finally give its an-
swer and that the answer
will be a positive one," Mr.
Levy said, referring to
letters on a proposed peace
conference that Mr. Bush
sent to the leaders of Israel
and the Arab countries last
month.
"If the answer of Syria is
positive, we do not see any
obstacle to start the
technical part of the en-
counter, and direct talks
could take place immedi-
ately," Mr. Levy said.
"We hope Syria will
understand that peace is as
important for her as it is for
Israel," he added.
Although Mr. Levy in-
sisted that peace talks now
hinge on Syria, Israel itself
rejected Mr. Bush's pro-
posals in a letter from Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir on
June 6.
The only other country to
reply so far is Jordan, whose
response the Bush ad-
ministration characterized
as "unhelpful."

Progress Seen
In Housing Crisis

-

New York (JTA) — Israel
is "on the road" to solving
its immigrant housing prob-
lem and has already made
tremendous progress in the
construction of new apart-
ments, according to a top
leader of Diaspora Jewry.
"The problem is well on
the way to solution," Mendel
Kaplan said last week dur-
ing a trans-Atlantic tele-
phone news conference from
Jerusalem.
Mr. Kaplan was elected to
a second term as chairman of
the Board of Governors of
the Jewish Agency for
Israel.
He said that 100,000
"housing solutions" would
be completed this year and
that between 80,000 and
100,000 new units would be
needed each year for the
next five years.
In some areas, he said,
there is now actually con-
cern about over-building.

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