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Jerusalem (JTA) — As the ink
dried on the draft treaty between
Israel and Jordan, negotiators
from both sides resumed talks on
outstanding technical matters.
Meeting in Aqaba, Elyakim
Rubinstein, Israel's chief delegate
to the talks with Jordan, and his
Jordanian counterpart, Fayez
Tarawneh, are leading 14 differ-
ent teams on topics ranging from
trade and economic cooperation
to security and tourism.
Meanwhile, IDF sappers
cleared some 250 mines along the
border between the two countries,
in, preparation for the formal
signing of the peace treaty on Oct.
President Clinton is due to at-
tend the signing. According to
news reports, he will address the
Israeli and Jordanian Parlia-
ments, and he may meet with
Syrian President Hafez Assad in
Damascus while he is visiting the
In Cairo, meanwhile, Syrian
President Hafez Assad held talks
with Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak on the latest develop-
Mr. Assad said Syria
would not agree to
swap or lease land.
ments in the region, including the
Israel-Jordan accord, which
Damascus labeled "insignificant."
Speaking at a news conference
following the meeting, Mr. Assad
said Syria would not agree to
swap or lease land as Jordan had
done with Israel.
According to the draft treaty,
Israel agreed to return most of
the land Jordan had demanded,
with the understanding that it
would be leased back to Israel.
"Anyone who thinks Syria will
relinquish land is making a seri-
ous mistake," he said, referring
to the Golan Heights, the issue
that has deadlocked Israeli-Syr-
In Damascus, Foreign Minis-
ter Farouk al-Sharaa said that
without peace with Syria and
Lebanon, there would be no peace
in the region.
Yassir Arafat, chairman of the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion, also condemned the agree-
ment between Israel and Jordan,
saying it violates the rights of
Palestinians in Jerusalem.
In a Palestinian news agency
statement, Arafat said the agree-
ment goes against the terms of
its accord with Israel on matters
regarding Palestinian claims over
Muslim and Christian holy sites
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