Another Round in the War of Words

October 1973
Time;10/29/1973, Vol. 102 Issue 18, p48
Interviews with Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Solomon Eban and Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed El Zayyat are presented. Eban talks about the cease-fire settlement for the conflicting countries involved in the Arab-Israeli war. El Zayyat hopes that the settlement will be the instrument that will lead to the final settlement and peace in the Middle East. Both Eban and El Zayyat present their country's view of the United Nations Resolution 242.


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