TITLE

Europe and the Middle East

PUB. DATE
June 1980
SOURCE
America;6/28/1980, Vol. 142 Issue 25, p533
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author talks about the consensus on the Middle East by the members of the European Economic Community (EEC) at the end of its meeting in Venice, Italy in 1980. According to the author, the statement issued by the EEC says nothing new compared to what the U.S. had noted already. One reason for the hesitancy of the ECC to issue a statement is the insistence of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) to recover all of Palestine. The author asserts that the PLO cannot be made to join the peace process as long as it denies the Israel's right to exist.
ACCESSION #
35991242

 

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