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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 30, 1973

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CAIRO (Reuter) - Egypt has
decided to suspend talks with Is-
rael at Kilometer 101 on the
Suez-Cairo Road because of con-
tinued Israeli elusiveness in car-
rying out the provision of the
ceasefire agreement dealing with
the disengagement of troops, the
Egyptian government spokesman
said last night.
The move came after a day in
which Egyptian and Israeli gen-
erals ended another round of dis-

cussions while their forces ex-
changed machinegun and mortar
fire about two miles away.
The government spokesman
said Egypt held Israel responsi-
ble for repercussions that might
result from the decision.
THE DECISION had been tak-
en because of Israel's "continued
elusiveness" in carrying out the
second provision of the six-point
ceasefire agreement, he said.
This called for immediate talks

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on the withdr-iwal of forces to the
October 22 lines. Israel has de-
cHred that these are illusory,
and has shown no sign of pulling
back.
Israel's leading military com-
mentator, General Haim Herzog,
said last night Egypt felt that Is-
rael was committeed to withdraw
by a United Nations Security
Council resolution and Egypt did
not therefore have to make any
concessions in return for an It-
raeli pull-back.
BUT HERZOG, a former mili-
tary intelligence chief, said that
Israel was not prepared to for-
go the basic principle of give and
take and held a strong card -
the encirclement of the Egyptian
Third Army.
Yariv said that his talks yes-
terday with General El-Ganazy,
at Kilometer 101 on the Cairo-
Suez Road, showed that Egypt
and Israel had differing views on
the presence of the Egyptian di-
visions on the east bank of the
Suez Canal, the fixing of a line
of disengagement and a time-
table for a separation of forces.
Yariv said that he had agreed
with his Egyptian counterpart to
avoid further violations of the
ceasefire like yesterday's ex-
changes of fire during the talks.
THE EXCHANGES which last-
ed about half an hour, took place
over sandy ridges close to the
tented meeting place.
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Friday, November 30, 1973
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