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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 6, 1

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MIDEAST DEADLOCK:
W aldheim urges peace talks

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. OP)-
Secretary-General Kurt Wald-'
heim yesterday called for the
earliest possible reopenings of
the Middle East; peace confer-
ence in Geneva to prevent a re-
turn to violence in the area.
In his annual report, Wald-
heim declared that "unless the
momentum is maintained . .
it will not be long before vio-
lence breaks out again with all
its dread implications." ,
Waldheim ,also warned that
time is running out on other
global problems, particularly
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disarmament, energy and the dangerous one," he said at a
world food supply. brief ceremony attended by
He told U.N. member na- about 200 persons.
tions that the Egyptian-Israeli Waldheim said the apparent
and Israeli-Syrian disengage- success so far of U.N. peace-
ment agreements are only frag- keeping in the Middle East
ile first steps to provide for should not be used as an excuse
"breathing space" to work out for putting off settlement of the
the main issues of the Arab- underlying issues.
Israeli conflict. "WE HAVE seen a tragic
HE SAID the accoras provide example of this process in Cy-1
opportunities for moving to- prus," he declared.
ward peace which "must be He said the Cyprus conflict
grasped before they evaporate." demonstrated "how important
"Contacts and planning should it is to insure that peacekeep-E
move forward with a view to ing efforts must not be the pre-
the earliest possible resumption text for slackening the momen-
of the Geneva peace conference tum of the search for a settle-
..,Unless the momentum is ment of underlying problems."
maintained and progress is Waldheim said the opposing
made, the desire for a settle- negotiators or Cyprus, assisted
ment and the new combination by U.N. representatives a n d
of forces for peace . . . can Greek and Turkish constitution-
very quickly dissolve." al experts "time and again ...
Waldheim also placed a came close to a package deal
wreath in the U.N. Meditation solution only to have their hopes
Room in honor of 36 soldiers and dashed by political forces and
airmen who died in U.N. serv- pressures beyond their control."
ice in the Middle East and Cy- In the 7,500-word report, Wald-
pros in the past 10 months. "The heim also sought to transmit a
service of peace is an arduous sense of urgency about political
pursuit and it can also be a and economic problems.

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