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January 28, 1994 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-28

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to specify their plans for-
withdrawing from the Golan
Heights.
Administration officials
and some political analysts
believe the Clinton-Assad
meeting represented a step
forward in the Israeli-Syrian
waiting game.
At a news conference after
the meeting, Assad uttered
the word "normal" in the
context of possible future re-
lations among Middle East-
ern countries — a word
trumpeted by American offi-
cials as a positive gesture on
the Syrian leader's part.
But the Americans took a
more optimistic view of
Assad's comment than the
Israelis, who remained skep-
tical.
Yet in a briefing in
Jerusalem to the Knesset

The negotiators at
Taba avoided
discussing security
issues.

Foreign Affairs and Defense
Committee, Rabin spoke of
signs of new flexibility in
Syria's position on the na-
ture of a peace accord with
Israel.
The prime minister stress-
ed, however, that Syria had
not budged from its demand
for a complete Israeli
withdrawal from the Golan
Heights.
Mr. Rabin announced last
week that he would hold a
public referendum before
embarking on any "major"
withdrawal from the Golan.
Although the spotlight
here in Washington seemed
to be on the Israeli-Syrian
track, Israeli negotiators
were also meeting here with
their Jordanian, Lebanese
and Palestinian counter-
parts.
On the Jordanian negotia-
ting track, regarded by
many as less problematic
than either the Syrian or Pa-
lestinian tracks, Mr. Peres
said there were no "real
obstacles to arrive at a full
agreement and a full peace."
The Israeli and Palestin-
iandelegation heads,
meanwhile, are not
duplicating the work al-
ready under discussion by
Israeli and Palestinian
negotiators in Taba.
Mr. Peres explained that
the Taba talks deal
specifically with translating
September's declaration of
principles signed by Israel
and the Palestine Liberation
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