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December 06, 1991 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-06

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Moscow Hosts
Conference

Washington (JTA) — The
United States and Soviet
Union have invited foreign
ministers from Middle East
nations and "other inter-
ested parties" to come to
Moscow next month for
multilateral negotiations on
regional issues.
State Department spokes-
woman Margaret Tutwiler
said that the two host coun-
tries are hoping for "the
widest possible participa-
tion" at the talks, which are
scheduled for Jan. 28 to 29.
The multilateral talks are
the third stage of the peace
process that began in
Madrid on Oct. 3. The second
stage, bilateral talks, which
also began in Madrid, was
scheduled to resume in
Washington on Wednesday.
Nevertheless, Ms. Tut-
wiler said that three
separate sites in a complex
of government buildings will
open for Israeli negotiations
with Syria, Lebanon and a
joint Jordanian-Palestinian
delegation.
She said the sites will re-
main open as long as the
parties want to use them.
Israel had requested
separate sites for the three
sets of negotiations, so as not
to give the impression that
they were part of a single
conference.
The multilateral talks
were originally envisioned
as having the parties to the
bilateral talks meet to
discuss common problems,
such as water, arms control,
the environment and refu-
gee resettlement.
But the Bush administra-
tion has sought to expand
the participation — both in
the region, to include the
Persian Gulf states and the
Arab North African coun-
tries, and outside, to include
the European Community,
Japan and Canada.
Although Israel has ex-
pressed concern about the
expansion of the talks, the
United States is seeking the
widest possible participation
because it hopes that other
countries will share the fi-
nancial burden.
Ms. Tutwiler said that no
invitations have been offi-
cially sent out, but the
Moscow meeting is open to
all.
Syria had announced
earlier that it would not at-
tend the multilateral con-
ference until Israel agreed to
withdraw from the Golan
Heights. But Syria failed to
convince other Arab coun-
tries to join its rejection.

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