Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 5
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 5

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*.% July 4,1975 | i 1 -AP Wirephoto · President Ford Chats With Indonesian President Suharto They Toured the Grounds of the Presidential Retreat at Camp David, Md. Ford, Suharto Talks Focus On Economy, Asian Outlook CAMP DAVID, Md. - UPl - President Ford met Saturday with Indonesian President Shuarto as part of his continuing effort to assure Asian leaders that American goals in the region remain unchanged after the Indochina War. The talks were understood to focus on economic relations and the changing security situation in East Asia in light of the Communist successes in Indochina. Suharto, a strongly anti-Communist army general, arrived at this presidential retreat by helicopter on a pleasant summer afternoon and was warmly received by Ford and Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger. * * * SUHARTO, WHOSE visit here was unof- ficial, met privately with Ford for 80 minutes before breaking for lunch. Kissinger and other U. S. officials conferred separately with members of Suhar- to's official party, including Foreign Minister Adam Malik. After the talks, Suharto was scheduled to leave immediately for Japan, ^he last leg of a five-nation foreign tour. For the United States, Indonesia has become increasingly important as an oil supply source and American officials believe a stable Indonesia is vital to the maintenance of political equilibrium in East Asia. The meeting took place amid growing Indonesian concern over the future use of American military equipment left behind in Indochina. INDONESIA ALSO is described as extremely wary of North Vietnamese intentions now that Hanoi's goal of ousting the American-backed regime in Saigon has been achieved. According to some accounts, Indonesia has been making soundings about the possibility of an increase in American military aid. At present, the country receives several million dollars annually in U. S. arms aid. The Ford administration has asked Congress for $30.6 million in economic assistance, which is more than one-third of the East Asian total. Meeting Is Vital, Miki Says TOKYO (AP) - Prime Minister Takeo Miki said Saturday his summit meeting next month with President Ford is of vital importance because of the "drastic changes" in Asia. Miki, replying to questions during a nationally televised news conference, said that his talks with Ford "will help contribute not only to U.S. - Japan relations but to the world as a whole." The Japanese leader cited the situation on the Korean penisula, the "necessity of cooperation" between industrialized nations and the importance of dialogue between resource producing and consuming countries as likely topics to come up during the Washington summit scheduled for early August. The "drastic changes" in Asia he spoke of included the U.S. withdrawals from Cambodia and South Vietnam following Communists victories in April. THE NEWS CONFERENCE followed |: the close of the 75th regular session of \ Parliament -- the first for Miki as pre- \ mier, where a number of his key legisla- ·: tive proposals were either rejected, \ shelved or passed in watered down ver- ;· sions. · \ The 67-year-old Miki also suffered a set- ; back in a public opinion survey published i Saturday by the mass circulation Asahi : Shimbun. His support dropped to 34 per : cent, down from 45 per cent in an Asahi poll taken last December after he assumed the premiership. Political observers noted that his trip to the United States, which precedes the October visit by Emperor Hirohito, may be used by Miki to strengthen his tenous hold on the faction-ridden, ruling Liberal Democrats, "During my visit to the United States, I hope we can understand each other better and recognize the world issues," he said. 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