Issue 256 - 25 Feb 1985
The United States has recognised 'positive elements' in the Arab Peace Plan, adopted by the Fez Summit meeting in 1981. The communique issued at the end of King Fahd's visit to Washington earlier this month said that the two leaders had agreed to give priority to the Arab-Israel conflict in their talks. The Saudi monarch had expressed his belief that the Arab consensus agreed at the Fez summit provided a just basis for negotiations leading to comprehensive peace.
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