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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 8, 1994 - 7

STUDY BREAK UNDER THE TREES

Israel, PLO resume talks in Cairo

CAIRO, Egypt (AP) - PLO
leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli For-
eign Minister Shimon Peres reopened
talks yesterday on the start of the
long-delayed withdrawal of Israel's
troops from the Gaza Strip and Jeri-
cho.
The decision to renew the stalled
negotiations came after more than a
week of bickering and strenuous me-
diation by Egypt that apparently in-
cluded a series of last-minute phone
calls to get the two leaders together.
Arafat and Peres met alone for
about a half-hour at Egypt's foreign
ministry, then said they hoped to wrap
up their talks today. "I have the feel-
ing, certainly for our side but also
theirs, that a real and extraordinary
effort will be made to reach an under-
standing," Peres said afterward.

Arafat told reporters both sides
had "a true wish" to implement the
peace accord "as soon as possible."
Negotiating teams were to work
through the night, with orders to wake
up the two leaders if problems arose,
Peres said. It was unclear when Peres
and Arafat would meet again.
While the Palestinians have
charged Israel with backing down on
deals the two men reached in Davos,
Switzerland Peres said "whatever
was agreed in Davos is agreeable."
Egyptian Foreign Minister Amr
Moussa told reporters that negotia-
tors will have to iron out many details
even after major issues are settled.
Under the Israeli-PLO accord
signed Sept. 13 in Washington, Is-
raeli troops were to begin withdraw-
ing in mid-December to turn over

day-to-day running of Gaza and Jeri-
cho to Arafat's Palestine Liberation
Organization.
In negotiations since October, the
sides could not agree on who would
guard borders from the Palestinian
areas to Jordan and Egypt, on the size
of the Jericho area and on how to
protect settlers remaining in Gaza.
Arafat and Peres were reported
close to a pact at their meeting Jan.
29-30 in Switzerland. But the deal
unraveled, and Israel and the PLO
have been arguing since over at what
level talks would be resumed.
At midmorning, officials at PLO
headquarters in Tunis, Tunisia, said
Arafat would not be meeting Peres.
After telephone diplomacy by Egypt,
they later said he reversed his deci-
sion.

SARAH WHITING/Daily
Sophomore Ryan Vos and first-year student Dawne Scheidler chat in the Chemistry Building yesterday afternoon.

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