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Vance continues
Middle East talks

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (M -
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
held a second round of "inten-
sive" talks yesterday with Egyp-
tian officials about a prospective
Middle East peace conference.
A U.S. spokesman said Vance
may return here next week af-
ter seeing Israeli leaders.
The spokesman, Hodding Car-
ter III, said Vance's talks with
President Anwar Sadat and For-
eign Minister Ismail Fahmy
were "very helpful and thor-
ough," ranging over all aspects
of the Arab-Israeli dispute.
"IT'S TOO early to negotiate
a settlement," Carter told re-
porters. But he said Vance had
offered a number of "ideas" for
both setting up a Geneva con-
ference and resolving key issues.
Tentative Egyptian responses
to, the undisclosed proposals
were to he covered in more de-
tail in a further meeting with
Sadat later.
Vance is prepared to* return

to Egypt after visiting Israel
next week "if it turned out to
be useful,;' Carter said. In be-
tween, Vance is planning stops
in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and
Saudi Arabia.
"WHAT THE United States is
doing is both listening and offer-
ing suggestions," the spokesman
said.
However, he said, a settlement
itself' will have to be negotiated
"by the parties who have to live
with it."
The principal item under dis-
cussion is how to arrange for
representation of the Palestin-
ians at the peace conference the
United States, Egypt and Israel
agree ought to be held in Octo-
ber.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXVII, No. 51-S
Wednesday, August 3, 1977
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