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January 28, 1994 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-28

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Peace Talks Resume
After Four Months

Washington (JTA) — After
four months, Israeli and
Arab negotiators returned
here for a new round of Mid-
dle East peace talks this
week.
The talks are being con-
ducted under a new format
designed to shield par-
ticipants from the media
scrutiny that accompanied
previous rounds of negotia-
tions.
The latest round of talks
that Israel is holding
separately with Syria, Leb-
anon, Jordan and the Pales-
tinians began with meetings
held at undisclosed locations
here.
Previous rounds were held
at the State Department and
featured media "stakeouts,"
where waiting reporters
asked negotiators questions
about the progress of the
talks as the diplomats
entered and left the
building.
This time, there were no
stakeouts, and only the
heads of the various delega-
tions were expected to par-
ticipate in the talks, in con-
trast to previous rounds,
which featured larger nego-
tiating teams.
Separate negotiations
between the Israelis and Pa-
lestinians being held in the
Sinai border town of Taba
unexpectedly adjourned for
the week after only one day
of meetings.
Israeli sources said the two
sides were hoping for a
breakthrough next weekend,
when Palestine Liberation
Organization Chairman
Yassir Arafat and Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres are
scheduled to meet in the
Swiss town of Davos. The
two met last weekend in
Oslo, Norway.
In Jerusalem, meanwhile,
diplomatic efforts continued
on yet another track when
Egyptian Foreign Minister
Amre Moussa held meetings
with Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin and Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres.
The Egyptians have been
acting as mediators between
the Israelis and Palestin-
ians.
In Washington, the deci-
sion to hold the talks in un-
disclosed locations was made
in an effort to give all the
sides room to negotiate new
positions without having to
disclose every step in the
bargaining to the news
media.

The Washington talks are
"not secret, but we have felt
that they would be most pro-
ductive if the emphasis was
on making progress and not
just on making publicity,"
State Department spokes-
woman Christine Shelly told
reporters.
The United States, which
is serving as co-sponsor of
the Middle East peace talks
along with Russia, is not
participating in the negotia-
tions between Israel and its
neighboring states. But U.S.
officials have expressed
their willingness to step in if
there is a request for their
assistance.
Foreign Minister Peres
discussed the prospects for
peace between Israel and
Syria in a conference call

Shimon Peres:
Peace prospects are hopeful.

with members of the Ameri-
can Jewish press.
"If they will specify what
is peace and normal rela-
tions, it will be an important
step forward," Mr. Peres
said of the Syrians.
Following the meeting
between President Clinton
and Syrian President Hafez
Assad last week in Geneva,
attention has focused on the
Israeli-Syrian track, which
has been stalled for four
months.
The Israelis have been
waiting for the Syrians to
define whether they seek
merely a "cold peace" or a
fuller peace that would in-
clude an exchange of ambas-
sadors, open borders and free
trade.
The Syrians, meanwhile,
are waiting for the Israelis

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