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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 23, 1976 1

US. seeks peace in South Africa

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PARIS (AP) - The United States is
trying to avoid "a racial war" in south-
ern Africa by promoting negotiations be-
tween white minority governments and
black majorities, Secretary of State Hen-
ry Kissinger said yesterday.
Kissinger told a news conference the
riots in South Africa "underline the ur-
gency of the situation" be will explore
with Prime Minister John Vorster in
West Germany later this week.
HE SAID HE REGRETS the meet-
ing is taking place against the back-
ground of violence, "but the problem
won't be easier four or eight weeks
from now and we have decided to go
ahead."
On the Italian elections, Kissinger said
the results appear to strengthen the po-
sition of "the non-Communist and non-
Fascist parties." He said this raised the
possibility of a new government being
formed without Communist participation,
but how Italy solves its political prob-
lems depends on the parties themselves.
The Italian Communists increased their

share of the vote for the Chamber of
Deputies from 27.2 per cent in 1972 to
34.4 per cent, but failed to overtake the
ruling Christian Democrats, who got 38.7
per cent, the same as four years ago.
The Communists, Italy's second-largest
party, have been denied a role in the
Italian government since shortly after
World War H.
ON THE MIDDLE EAST, Kissinger
said the United States would go along
with a French proposal for a peacekeep-
ing force in Lebanon if all the Arab
factions and governments support it. But
at the moment. there is no U.S. initia-
tive in the works to end the Lebanese
civil war, he said.
"The United States would strongly sup-
port any- initiative that brings the con-
flicting groups together again,"hesaid.
Kissinger said the United States would
back a "roundtable" under French au-
spices to negotiate a Lebanese settle-
ment if a cease-fire can be enforced
firstE
THlE SECRETARY bad meetings sched-

uled after the news conference with
U.S. ambassadors from Egypt, Jordan,
Saudi Arabia and Syria to get a first-
hand view of the situation in Lebanon.
Kissinger said although the Palestine
Liberation Organization helped in Sun-
day's evacuation of U.S. citizens from
Lebanon, there was no direct U.S. con-
tact with the group.
"The government of Egypt played an
extremely helpful role as an intermedi-
ary, wor which the United States is
grateful," Kissinger said. He also prais-
ed Saudi Arabia and Tunisia for aid-
ing the evacuation.
THE SECRETARY said his scheduled
meeting with Vorster late Wednesday

was "not in any sense an endorse-
ment" of South African policies for deal-
ing with dissenters. In fact, the United
States feels South Africa has been too
forceful in responding to black unrest,
Kissinger said.
"The United States is attempting to
avoid a racial war in southern Africa
and to move matters there through ne-
gotiations rather than violence," he said.
South African officials say the death
toll in three days of rioting in black
townships around Johannesburg last
week and in areas around Pretoria this
week totaled 140 dead and 1,128 injured.
All but two of the dead and 1 of the
injured were black, according to govern-
ment and news reports.

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