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Thursday, November 1, 1973 T

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Pompidou calls for summit

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PARIS, Reuter - President
Georges Pompidou yesterday pro-
posed a Common Market summit
meeting before the end of the
year to seek a joint European pol-
icy for a permanent settlement of
the Middle East crisis.
In pressing for an emergency
meeting of the nine Common
Market heads of government, he
expressed regret at Europe's
absence from the Middle East
bargaining so far, and deep con-
cern that the United States and
the Soviet Union had been left to
arrange a ceasefire on their own.
"THIS WAY of doing things is
dangerous" Pompidou told a
cabinet meeting, "Because ex-
perience has shown that a private
understanding between the two
great powers can just as well
lead to a general confrontation as
serve detente."

Government spokesman Jean-
Philippe Lecat announced that
Pompidou had written to his eight
market colleages with the summit
proposal, suggesting it should be
the first of a series of regular
European summit meetings. '
lie left open the exact date
and place but officials said he
would not oppose Paris as the
site.
IT PROBABLY cannot be held
until December because Pompi-
dou is due to meet British Prime
Minister Edward Heath and West
German Chancellor Willy Brandt
over the next four weeks.
He defined the purpose as "to
establish a procedure under
which in times ofcrisis represen-
tatives of the nine governments
would hold an emergency meet-
ing to define and adopt as far as
possible a common position of
these governments."

The last Common Market sum-
mit -was held in Paris in Octo-
ber, at that time, the nine heads
of government vowed to work for
full European union in all spheres
by 1980.
THE SURPRISE summit call
came as the Europeans appeared
caught in an uncomfortable
squeeze between their desire to
remain good friends with the
United States, coupled with sym-
pathy for Israel, and their anx-
iety not to incur the wrath of the
oil-producing Arab states.
But Pompidou exhorted the
Europeans to take some positive
common stand on the ' Middle
East because they had direct his-
torical, geographical and eco-
nomic links with the area.
"FOR THESE REASONS and
for many others, and while under-
lining our loyalty to our alliances

meeting
and to cooperate with the East,
it seems to me indispensible that
we put the strength of European
construction to the proof and the
test, as also our ability to con-
tribute to the settlement of
world problems," Pompidou said.
His statement to the cabinet,
quickly made public, did not sug-
gest what the Common European
stand on the Middle East should
be.
But it will clearly be shaped in
part by the oil crisis, which
threatens to cause serious fuel
shortages in Europe, and by the
American outburst against Wes-
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