THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, November 16, 1972
Cuba asks U.S. for hijack treaty
By the AP and Reuters
HAVANA - Cuba yesterday de-
clared its readiness to enter into
negotiations with the United States
on the problem of air piracy, de-
spite what it calls the U.S. policy
of "blockade and aggression"
against the island.
"In the opinionof the govern-
ment of Cuba, this is the only com-
petent, rapid and effective way to
halt the wave of plane hijackingsj
and similar, serious violence which
endangers human lives," said the
statement read over Havana radio.
The announcement, monitored in
Miami, came amid numerous
pleas by airline officials and con-1
gressmen in this country for some,
sort of accord between the two na-
to assume pi
WASHINGTON (/) - Democratic
leaders across the country say the
party should look more to its gov-
ernors for direction in the after-
math of the election landslide
which buried presidential nominee
i An Associated Press survey ofj
state Democratic chairmen, Na-
tional Committee members, statel
legislators, governors and mem-
bers of Congress showed strong
sentiment for diverting some of
the party's focus from Washington
to the grassroots.
Norman Dreiling, the Kansas
party chairman, said Democrats'
need to "get out of the halls of
Congress and go to the grassroots
and see what the people are say-
In particular he said they should
listen to governors "who have their
ears to the ground a littlebetter.
In response to questions about
future national leadership for the
Democratic party, governors as a
group were mentioned more fre-
quently than any other group or
tions on the hijacking menace. States by refugees fleeing the is- a broad agreement over this spe-
The Cuban request for bilateral land. cific question, if the government
negotiations was similar to state- Cuba has often called for the of the United States demonstrates
ments made by Cuban officials at return of these boats and planes equal disposition and interest . .."
least twice previously. held in this country. It said Cuba had no interest in
But it appeared to be Cuba's In Washington, State Depart- encouraging hijackings such as
strongest statement yet on the 11- ment spokesman Charles Bray said that of a Southern Airways jet-
year-old problem. today the United States will ex- liner which made an emergency
The call for a bilateral accord plore reopening negotiations with landing in Cuba on Sunday after
was contained in a long position Cuba on an anti-hijacking agree- FBI agents shotout its tires at the
paper issued by the Castro govern- ment. But Bray warned reporters Orlando, Fla., airport.
ment Tuesday and distributed by against drawing broader implica- Castro reportedly praised the pi-
all news media yesterday. tions about a possible renewal of lot who landed the crippled jet
U. S. Cuban relations, broken off 10 and told him the hijackers would
The stumbling block in the past, years ago. be treated as criminals, according
reiterated in the present declara- Bray said the decision to renew to the U. S. Federal Aviation Ad-
tion, has beenCuba's insistence in I negotiations was based on some ministration officials.
tying any agreement to what it "straws in the wind." One of these, American authorities have in the
calls the hijacking of boats and he said, was a rare, informal dip- past denied encouraging Cubans
planes from Cuba to the United lomatic note from Cuba received to escape from the Communist is-
shortly after an Eastern Airlines land. Many of the. Cubans make
jetliner was hijacked to Cuba Oct. the treacherous crossing of the
,ors u ' e 29. Florida Strait in craft ranging
Another point of contention be- from tiny rowboats and rafts to in-
tween the two countries are exile ner tubes tied together.
rtiincursions into Cuba by Cubans liv- In the early 1960s, many Cubans
ing in the United States. made their way to this country by
The statement blamed "Yankee commandeering f i s h i ng boats,
guidance and was far and away imperialism for encouraging the yachts, and small planes.
the Democrat most mentioned as a illegal arrivals in Cuba from the In October 1969, Cuba adopted
prospect for the 1976 presidential United States and departures from a law against air and sea piracy
nomination. Cuba to the United States with the and illegal arrivals and depart-
objectives of subversion and prop- ures from its territory.
McGovern still was mentioned aganda . ." It announced at the time that
as a party leader, second only to Saying that it was difficult for this would be used as a basis for
Kennedy, despite his trouncing at Cuba to believe that the United any international or bilateral
the polls. But there were some who States could not "penalize, discour- agreement on hijackings.
said he should withdraw from ac- age and avoid such actions," the In September 1970, Cuban For-
tive leadership because of the statement said: "We consider that eign Minister Paul Roa declared
election result. it is to the mutual interest of both that Cuba was disposed to enter
Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn.) countries to initiate steps to re- into any accord on the problem,
the party's 1968 president nomi- solve this question. but that it should be a broad agree-
nee and unsuccessful contender for "The government of Cuba is dis- ment covering air and sea pir-
the nomination this year, also posed, in all seriousness and acy and attacks against its ves-
drew frequent mention as a poten- without delay, to take those steps sels and territory by CIA opera-
tial party leader and healer. which will lead to an adoption of tives or Cuban exiles.
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