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Source: Division for Palestinian Rights (DPR)
1 May 1993
APPROACHES TOWARDS
THE SETTLEMENT
OF THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT
AND THE QUESTION OF PALESTINE

Issue 23 - April 1993






United Nations
New York, May 1993






Page
Extracts from an interview with the Commissioner for Foreign Affairs
of the European Communities, Jerusalem, 1 April 1993
1
Excerpts from opening remarks at a news conference by President Clinton
and President Mubarak, Washington, D.C., 6 April 1993
1
Excerpts from an address of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
before the Knesset, Jerusalem, 8 April 1993
2
Remarks by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on the
"land for peace" principle, Ismailiya, Egypt, 14 April 1993
5
Remarks by the Foreign Minister of Israel, Jerusalem, 14 April 19935
Text of an opening statement by the United States Secretary
of State at a news conference, Washington, D.C., 21 April 1993
6
Text of statement issued at the coordination meeting
of the Arab parties to the peace process, Damascus, 21 April 1993
8
Text of statement by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on attending the ninth round
of the Arab-Israeli negotiations, Jerusalem, 21 April 1993
10
Text of the Palestine Liberation Organization communiqué,
23 April 1993
11
Excerpts from an address of the United States Secretary of State before the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, Arlington, Virginia, 23 April 199314
Remarks by the United States Secretary of State on resumption of Middle East peace talks,
Washington, D.C., 27 April 1993
15





NOTE


Since April 1991, at the request of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, the Division for Palestinian Rights of the United Nations Secretariat has prepared on a monthly basis, for the use of the Committee members and observers, a compilation of statements, declarations, documents or other material regarding the settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict, including the question of Palestine and the convening of an international peace conference on the Middle East. The present issue covers the month of April 1993.

Reproduced herein are only those statements, declarations, documents or other material, in full or summarized, which relate to the Arab-Israeli conflict and the question of Palestine.

Extracts from an interview with the Commissioner for Foreign Affairs
of the European Communities,
Jerusalem, 1 April 1993


On 1 April 1993, at Jerusalem, the Commissioner for Foreign Affairs of the European Communities, Mr. Hans van den Broek, said the following in an interview with Qol Yisrael:

On the question of attendance by the Arab parties and particularly by the Palestinians of the ninth round of the Arab-Israeli negotiations, Mr. van den Broek said:

Excerpts from opening remarks at a news conference by
President Clinton and President Mubarak,
Washington, D.C., 6 April 1993


On 6 April 1993, at Washington, D.C., the following opening remarks, inter alia, were made at a news conference by President Clinton and President Hosni Mubarak, as released by the Office of the Press Secretary:

President Clinton


"...
President Mubarak


"...
Excerpts from an address of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
before the Knesset, Jerusalem, 8 April 1993


On 8 April 1993, speaking before a special session of the Knesset, convened to debate the security situation, Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rabin stated the following, inter alia:

Remarks by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
on the "land-for peace" principle,
Ismailiya, Egypt, 14 April 1993


At a joint news conference with President Hosni Mubarak, held on 14 April 1993, at Ismailiya, Egypt, Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rabin said the following in response to a question on the "land for peace" principle:

Remarks by the Foreign Minister of Israel,
Jerusalem, 14 April 1993


On 14 April 1993, at Jerusalem, the following remarks were made by the Foreign Minister of Israel Shimon Peres, in a "Moqed" programme broadcast on Israel Television Network:

Text of an opening statement by the United States Secretary of State
at a news conference, Washington, D.C., 21 April 1993


At a news conference, held at Washington, D.C., on 21 April 1993, the United States Secretary of State made the following opening statement:

Text of statement issued at the coordination meeting
of the Arab parties to the peace process,
Damascus, 21 April 1993


On 21 April 1993, at Damascus, the following statement was issued at the coordination meeting of the Arab parties to the peace process, as read out by the Foreign Minister of the Syrian Arab Republic Farouk al-Sharaa:

Text of statement by Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
on attending the ninth round of the Arab-Israeli negotiations,
Jerusalem, 21 April 1993


The following is the text of the statement by the Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rabin, made on 21 April 1993, as communicated by his spokesman, Mr. Gad Ben-Ari:

Text of the Palestine Liberation Organization communiqué,
23 April 1993


The following is the text of the Palestine Liberation Organization communiqué on the ninth round of the Arab-Israeli negotiations, issued on 23 April 1993 and broadcast by Voice of Palestine, at Algiers:
Excerpts from an address of the United States Secretary of State
before the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee,
Arlington, Virginia, 23 April 1993


On 23 April 1993, at Arlington, Virginia, the United States Secretary of State Mr. Warren Christopher addressed a meeting of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee. In his speech, Secretary Christopher said the following, among other things, regarding the Middle East peace process:

Remarks by the United States Secretary of State
on resumption of Middle East peace talks,
Washington, D.C., 27 April 1993


On 27 April 1993, at Washington, D.C., during photo opportunity with heads of Middle East peace talks delegations, the United States Secretary of State Mr. Warren Christopher made the following remarks, inter alia:

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Notes


1. Foreign Broadcast Information Service, Daily Report: Near East & South Asia, No. FBIS-NES-93-062, 2 April 1993, p. 19.

2. United States Department of State Dispatch, April 12, 1993, Vol. 4, No. 15, pp. 227-228.

3. Foreign Broadcast Information Service, Daily Report: Near East & South Asia, No. FBIS-NES-93-067, 9 April 1993, pp. 21-22.

4. Ibid., FBIS-NES-93-071, 15 April 1993, p. 9.

5. Ibid., p. 23.

6. United States Department of State Dispatch, April 26, 1993, Vol. 4, No. 17, p. 283.

7. Foreign Broadcast Information Service, Daily Report: Near East & South Asia, No. FBIS-NES-93-075, 21 April 1993, pp. 6-7.

8. Ibid., FBIS-NES-93-076, 22 April 1993, p. 25.

9. Ibid., FBIS-NES-93-079, 27 April 1993, pp. 11-13.

10. United States Department of State Dispatch, May 3, 1993, Vol. 4, No. 18, pp. 309-310.

11. Ibid., p. 311.

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