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Thursday, August 10, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pag Nine

Thursday, August 10, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TALKS PLANNED:
Officials to negotiate terms
for unification of Germany

BONN, Germany (P) - Chancel-
lor Willy Brandt's Cabinet yes-
terday gave the green light for
official negotiations to begin be-
tween West and communist East
Germany on a basic treaty norm-
alizing their relations.
Conrad Ahlers government
spokesperson told a news confer-
ence the Cabinet heard a report
from the chief West German ne-
gotiators, Egon Bahr, on four
previous rounds of preliminary
talks. It decided enough progress
bas been made to justify t h e
start of official negotiations when
he next meets his East German
counterpart, Michael Kohl, in
East Berlin next Wednesday.
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progress has been made in the
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two states. He confirmed that
the communists already have
submitted a draft treaty, adding
that Bahr received his own se-
cret guidelines from the Cabinet
yesterday.
Ahlers said Bonn would regard
as a hindrance the recognition of
East Germany by other states
before the normalization italks
are completed.
Bonn wants Germany to agree
that bothstates still form part
of -one German nation. T h e
communists insist on full inter-
national recognition of their se-
parate statues.
Ahlers indicated the govern-
ment sees neutral Finland's bid
to establish diplomatic links with
both Germanys simultaneously as
an example of this complicating
factor in the all-German talks.
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The West Germans fear preia-
ture Finnish recognition of East
Germany would toughen its bar-
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parate status.
Finland and East Germany this
month started negotiations on
exchanging ambassadors, and the
Helsinki government wants West
Germany to do the same.

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