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;Israel calls aid cut 'unfriendly'

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, December 5, 1982-Page 9

rTEL AVIV, Israel (AP) - Israeli-US
relations took a turn for the worse
yesterday, with Foreign Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir accusing the Reagan ad-
Cnistration of committing "un un-
iendly act" by opposing an increase in
filiancial aid to the Jewish state.
Shamir told a state radio interviewer
that administration explanations for
opposing the Senate Appropriations
Committee's$475 million aid hike point
to a dangerous link between U.S. aid
policy and political differences between
the two allies.
"THE administration's opposition
comes from President Reagan's wish to

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influence the Arabs to accept the
Reagan Mideast peace plan," Shamir
said.
"I emphasize, the things which were
said, and the explanation.. . are more
important than the opposition itself.
What was said by representatives of the
State Department was unfriendly to
Israel," he charged.
Israel rejected the Reagan plan for
Palestinian autonomy in association
with Jordan when it was issued in Sep-
tember.
WASHINGTON and Prime Minister
Menachem Begin's government also
disagree on how to achieve the with-

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drawal of foreign troops from Lebanon,
and the Reagan administration disap-
proves of Israel's settlement policies in
the occupied West Bank of the Jordan.
A Reagan administration statement
issued late Friday said the aid increase
was "excessive" and "could imperil"
the American peace effort in Lebanon
as well as progress toward a broader
Mideast peace settlement.
A State Department spokesman said
there was danger of a "misinter-
pretation" of the increase, even though
the full Senate and House of Represen-
tatives have yet to vote on it. he said
Arab nations might regard it as
signaling a lack of American concern
over Israeli behavior in Lebanon and n
the West Bank.
SHAMIR SAID that despite differen-
ces between the two countries, "The
United States and Israel are allies, and
the atmosphere of friendship and
alliance must always be maintained."
But he said that during his last visit to
Washington, he was assured that
"there is no connection between aid and
political differences between Israel and
the United States."
In fiscal 1982, Washington gave Israel
$2.2 billion, while the Reagan ad-
ministration requested $1.7 billion in
military aid and $785 million in
economic funds for fiscal 1983.

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