Sustaining the Momentum of Peace

June 1974
Time;6/17/1974, Vol. 103 Issue 24, p35
The article focuses on the peace negotiation or process in 1974 in the Middle East. United Nations troops from Canada, Poland, Austria and Peru started keeping peace as Syrian and Israeli forces pulled back from the cease-fire line. In Egypt, President Anwar Sadat visited his troops in the Suez Canal, while the minesweeping operations of the U.S. Navy in the Suez Canal was ended. Delegates of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), a Yasser Arafat-led conglomerate of six guerrilla organizations, debated their next move on the peace process.


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