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May 31, 1978 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 31, 1978-PageĀ°11

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PRESIDENT CARTER addresses the-opening ceremony of the summit meeting
of the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance yesterday at the Kennedy Center.
Carter blasts Cuban
involvement in Africa
(Continued from Page 1)
BOTH CUBA and, the Soviet Union AT THE OPENING of the NATO con-
have disavowed responsibility for the ference, Carter said the alliance "can-
invasion of Shaba, formerly known as not be indifferent" to Russian and
Katanga, by exiled Katangan Cuban involvement in Africa.
separatists. , d"The activities of the Soviet Union
Caiter, however, dismissed these and Cuba in Africa are preventinglin-
denials when he emerged from the dvds ain rmcatn hi
NATO conference room. He said Cuba dividual nations from charting their
own courses, Carter said. "As mem-
knew about it, and encouraged it and hers of the world's greatest alliance we
were responsible for the trainings and cannot remain indifferent to these
of course, the military weapons used events because of what they mean for
were the same ones that the Cubans Africa and because of their effect on the
used, supplied by the Soviet Union." long-term interests of the alliance."
ALthough the African situation was a State Department spokesman Hod-
major focus of the NATO discussions, di atersar,"e arspeaneHo
alliance leaders also talked about other ding Carter said, :We are prepared to
aspects of East-West relations, in- assist in a limited manner" in Africa,
ecluding the build-up of Soviet military but that any plan of action that emerges
powerlin Europe and Soviet political ac- from the Paris talkswill not involve the
tivity around the world. use of U.S. troops inAfrica.

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