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3961telecon With Secretary General Waldheim - Secretary Kissinger at 10_15 .m. 0000c915

3961telecon With Secretary General Waldheim - Secretary Kissinger at 10_15 .m. 0000c915

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UNCLASSIFIED
RELEASED
IN
FULL
TELCON
Secretary
General
Waldheim
SecretaryKissinger
November
3,
1273
10:15
a.
m.
K:
Hello,
Mr.
Secretary
General
W:
Good
morning,
Mr.
Secretary
of
State.
Well,
before
you
are
leaving
I
thought
I
should
talk
to
you.
I
think
what
we
got
yesterday
is
the
maximum
we
couldget
in
the
Security
Council.
K:
Right.
W:I'wish
to
thankyou
for
your
cooperation
in
this
regard
because
I
knowhow
difficult
it
was.
I
had
a
long
talk
with
Mitchell
Sharp
and
he
is
coming
to
see
me
again
at
11:00.
We
may
be
able
to
settle
the
matter
with
the
Canadians.
TheCanadians
are
quite
ready
to
do
the
job.
Of
course,
the
main
problem
wehave
is
the
question
of
the
cease
fire
lines.
I'm
sure
you
are
familiar
with
it
.
The
Russians
and
the
non-aligned
are
pressing
me
very
hard
atthistime
in
this
regard.
I
instructed.
..
K:
In
what
regard,
Mr.
Secretary
Generail
W:
In
regard
to
pushing
the
Israelis
back
to
the
22nd
lines.
K:
Do
you
know
wherethey
were'
W:
The
Russians
and
the
non-aligned
asked
me
to
instruct
to
put
the
question
directly
to
Dayan.
has
requested
Dayan
to
withdraw
to
the
the
22nd
ofOctober
lines.
Dayan
said
immediately
it
was
out
of
the
question
but
he
would
forward
the
request
to
the
Government.
He
couldnot
decide
it
alone.
The
matter
was
left
in
suspense.
The
last
information
I
got
Dayan
said
they
w
auld
have
to
wait
until
Mrs.
Meir
is
back
froxn
Washington.
This
is
what
the
Russians
and
non-aligned
are
pressing
for
very
hard,
.
.
.
.
trying
very
hard,
but
have
to
wait
for
return
of
Mrs.
Meir.
I
don't
know
if
you
can
tell
me
anything
about
this
matter.
K:
We
are
trying
tosee
how
we
can
work
out
practical
arrangements.
...
..
seem
to
be
totally
stymied
.
..
.
for
supply
of
third
army.
That'
s
what
we
are
putting
emphasis
on
right
now.
W:
We
are
doing
our
best
to
be
helpful.
To
carry
supplies
to
the
Third
Az'my.
The
two
military
commanders
are
meeting
regularly
IJMTKD
STATES
DEPARTMENT
OFSTATE
REVIEW
AUTHORITY:
ROBERT
H
MILLER
DATE/CASE
ID:
28
APR
2004
200102979
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