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January 13, 1995 - Image 138

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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Washington (JTA) — U.S. Sec-
retary of Defense William Perry
will visit the Golan Heights to
scout out the region where U.S.
troops could be called upon to en-
force peace between Israel and
Syria.
The visit, which will include
meetings with top officials in Is-
rael and Egypt, will be the first
to the Middle East by a secretary
of defense in three years, accord-
ing to a senior Defense Depart-
ment official.
"We're essentially interested
in reaffirming that both these
countries are integral to our strat-
egy in the region," the official said
of the trip, referring to Israel and
Syria.
"We do not expect this to be a
controversial visit," he added.
However the official confirmed
that Perry and his Israeli hosts
are slated to discuss the possi-
bility of stationing U.S. troops on
the Golan if Israel and Syria
reach a peace agreement and re-
quest a U.S. peacekeeping pres-
ence.
"It would be premature to get
into any detail," the official said
because "we're not at a point in
the peace process where decisions
have been made about how many
troops, [their] position and so
forth."
But Mr. Perry will discuss "in
principle" some of the possibili-
ties for U.S. troops on the Golan,
the official added.
"We are going to be going and
taking a look at the area," he said.
"But it's not going to be a plan in
the sense of anything concrete."
Mr. Perry's trip comes in the
wake of secret Israeli-Syrian
talks in Washington. Chiefs of
staff from both the Israeli and
Syrian armies recently joined the
negotiations between Israeli Am-
bassador Itamar Rabinovich and
Syrian Ambassador Walid al-
Moualem.
The most recent talks includ-
ed a 40-minute private meeting
with President Clinton, accord-
ing to a State Department offi-
cial.
The official said Mr. Clinton
wanted to ensure that Israel and
Syria were not passing on "a his-
toric opportunity" to make peace.
"There's a limited window of op-
portunity, and the president, like
Secretary [of State Warren]
Christopher, wants to do every-
thing he can to seize on it," the of-
ficial said.
The possibility of stationing
U.S. forces on the Golan has been
under increasing scrutiny over
the past six months as both
American and Israeli opponents
of territorial compromise on the
Golan and of U.S. peacekeeping
missions have lobbied to stop any
future deployment.

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