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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, August 17, 1971

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West Berlin Mayor speaks at "U'

By JONATHAN MILLER
"The chances for a true Ber-
lin settlement have never been
greater during the last 20 years,"
West Berlin Mayor Klaus Schutz
said here Sunday.
"We have formulated what is
necessary in order to normalize,
constructively and durably, the
situation in present - day Eur-
ope," he said.
Mayor Schutz. a close advisor
to West German chancellor Willy
Brandt, was the keynote speak-
er at the University's summer
commencement exercises.
The German official made his
remarks as the big-four powers,
now in their seventeenth month
of talks on the Berlin situation,
are reportedly near agreement.
At a press conference follow-
ing his speech, Schutz outlined
"three essential points" on which

he said agreement would have to
be reached with. the Russians
prior to a Berlin settlement.
"We must be able to see our
friends and relatives in the Ger-
man Democratic Republic (East
Germany); we must have access,
free of chicanery, to West Berlin
and there must be recognition of
the ties between the Federal
Republic of Germany (West Ger-
many) and West Berlin", he
said.
He expressed guarded opti-
mism that all these conditions
would be met, citing what he
termed "a new realism" on the
part of the Soviet Union.
He declined to speculate on the
causes for such an' attitude, "I
don't know their motives," he
said.
"Satisfactory settlements are
settlements with peace in mind.

We do not delude ourselves: these
settlements do not represent all-
embracing general peace: they
are settlements for more peace.
They are, in other words, mere-
ly improvements, they are not
solutions. This does not mean
genuine peace but a step in the
direction of peace.'
While he was far from regard-
ing Berlin as the center of the
universe. Schutz said, "Ber-
lin's problems are global just as
those in South East Asia and the
Middle East and those between
North and South are global.
"It is not in the interests of
Berlin alone, it is in the inter
ests of the world for the long-
standing East-West confronta-
tion to be at least essentially
brought to an end and for Berlin
not to remain as a remnant of
the cold war."
Schutz cut short his visit in the
United States Friday, fueling
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Mayor Schutz
speculation on the possibility of his return to Berlin Monday
a Berlin agreement this week. night.
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Arbor Sunday night for Washing- a way that it might be useful to
ton and a meeting with Secretary be in Berlin this week," said
of State William Rogers prior to Schutz.
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