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December 24, 1993 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-24

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Israeli
and Palestinian negotiators
will resume their talks in
Paris later this week, offi-
cials in Jerusalem and Tunis
have confirmed.
The negotiating teams
completed two days of talks
in Oslo on and returned
home for consultations.
Negotiators for the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization have reportedly
stated their willingness to
limit the size of the West
Bank town of Jericho that
will fall under their ad-
ministration, a key sticking
point in the negotiations.
The PLO had previously
sought an area of 140 square
miles around Jericho, but
according to press reports, it
will now accept an area of 80
square miles.
The Israelis have been
proposing an area of 35
square miles.
In a move apparently
designed to keep their nego-
tiating options open, both
sides have had little official
comment about the talks.
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres, who is leading the
Israeli negotiating team,
told Israel Army Radio that
this was not a time for
declarations.
"If we make declarations,"
Peres said, "we will be nego-
tiating over the declarations
instead of over the issues."
But Mr. Peres did tell
Israel Television that he
thinks the Palestinians have
been demanding too much.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin was quoted by the
newspaper Ma'ariv as say-
ing the Oslo II round, as the
weekend's talks are known
in the Israeli media, was
neither a failure nor a
success.
The only clearly optimistic
note about the progress of
the latest Oslo round was
sounded by Norwegian State
Secretary Jan Egland, who
participated in the weekend
talks.
Egland told Radio Oslo
that clear progress had been
made in the negotiations.
Compromise proposals
formulated at the talks, he
said, will be presented to
Rabin and Arafat before the
resumption of negotiations.
The issues still to be
resolved concern the policing
of the borders between the
Gaza Strip and Egypt and
between Jericho and Jordan,
the size of Israeli security
forces that will protect Jew-
ish settlements in Gaza and
Jericho, and the size of the
Jericho district.



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