Peaceful Signs Amid Thunder

March 1974
The article reports on the positive signs for peace negotiation between Syria and Israel following their war in October 1974. It notes that signs of peace settlement are still viable, despite their exchanged duel of guns. Syrian President Hafez Assad is optimistic on the disengagement negotiations of his country with Israel. Egypt announces major domestic moves toward the establishment of a peacetime society. It points out that Israeli forces withdraw from the Suez Canal and both cut the strength of their troops around Suez to a tenth.


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