Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 42
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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 42

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14C -June 13, 1976 Sunday GaaeUe-Mail Charleston West Virginia Scranton Begins 3-Week African Tour ^-s c/,^nt«r, io avnaninH t,i nnHprc"nrp arp scheduled meeting with Vorst UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. ( A P ) - Ambassador William W. Scranton (lew to the West African nation of Sierra Leone on Saturday to begin a three-week tour of 11 African nations to enlist support for U.S. efforts to eliminate superpower conflict from black Africa. Along the way. the U.S. envoy to the United Nations is expected to try to explain why Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger agreed to meet with South African Prime Minister .John Vorstcr in the wake of Kissinger's fence-mending tour of black Africa. Scranton has emerged as a popular figure among Third World diplomats at the United Nations since he succeeded the outspoken Daniel P. Moynihan at the post in March. * « 4 HE IS APPARENTLY taking advantage of his rapport with Africans to smooth U.S. relations with the nations on his inti- nerary and also try to forestall the sort of U.S.-third World confrontations that have characterized U.N. general assemblies in recent years. He set aside three days each for Tanzania and Zambia, m a i n l y for talks with presidents Julius K. Ny- erere and Kenneth I). K a u n d a -- two of black Africa's most respected leaders -- on Rhodesia. Other nations of his in- t i n e r a r y include Sierra Leone. Senegal. Upper Volta. Gabon, Central African Republic. Mozambique, Swaziland. Cameroon and Ivory Coast. A m o n g t h e p o i n t s Scranton Scranton is expected to underscore are U.S. commitment to black majority rule in Rhodesia and South-West Africa and to f u r t h e r i n g African political unity and economic cooperation. The U n i t e d States, he said, is determined to do whatever to keep Rhodesia's battles with black nationalist guerrillas from escalating into war. Scranton endorsed attempts to bring about self-determination for South-West A f r i c a , called .Namibia on U . N . maps. South Africa administers the territory under a League of Nations mandate rejected by the United Nations. The mineral-rich territory has been (he- target of repeated hit-and-run campaign for the last decade by guerrillas of the South-West Africa People's Organization * * * SCRANTON IS-expected to tell trio African leaders Kissinger's basic aim in his scheduled meeting with Vorster is to avoid a race war in southern Africa resulting from any increase in guerrilla activity by black nationalists in Rhodesia and a possible spread of the conflict to South Africa. Several African leaders have expressed displeasure at the Kissinger-Vorster meeting set for June 23-24 in West Germany. They contend it will lend respectability to Vorster's white supremacy regime. On the question of Angola, Scranton said the United States was not ready to recognize the Popular Movement government in Luanda or endorse the Marxist nation's application for U.N. membership as long as Cuban troops remain there. "President Ford has told me repeatedly that Cuban troops in Angola are not just wrong because it is an election year in the United States, but outside troops in Africa .are wrong at any time." he said. 169 SUMMER ST. CMS. W. VA. MON. 9:30-9 TUE.-sAT. 9:30-5 REG. 39" EASY LIVIN' IN STAY NEAT POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT. FROM A FAMOUS MAKER, AND SPECIALLY DESIGNED. 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