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Monday, November 7, 1994
 
Volume 30--Number 44
Pages 2193-2275
 
Contents

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Weekly Compilation of

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Addresses and Remarks

    Employment statistics--2266
    Iowa
        Community in Des Moines--2255
        Reception for Democratic candidates in Des Moines--2261

    Michigan
        Rally for Democratic candidates in Detroit--2215
        University of Michigan in Dearborn--2211
    Middle East, return--2194
    National Italian-American Foundation dinner--2197

    New York
        Rally for Democratic candidates in Albany--2253
        State University of New York in Albany--2251

    Ohio, rally for Democratic candidates in Cleveland--2225

    Pennsylvania
        Rally for Democratic candidates in Philadelphia--2202
        Rally for Democratic candidates in Pittsburgh--2207
    Radio address--2195

    Rhode Island, senior citizens in Pawtucket--2244

Bill Signings

    California desert protection legislation, statement--2210

Bill Signings--Continued

    International Antitrust Enforcement Assistance Act of 1994, 
        statement--2249
    Merit Systems Protection Board and Office of the Special Counsel 
        legislation, statement--2202
    Veterans benefits legislation, statement--2250

Communications to Congress

    Iran, letter--2211

Communications to Federal Agencies

    International financial institutions and organizations, memorandum--
        2231
    Military drawdown for Israel, memorandum--2231

Interviews With the News Media

    Exchanges with reporters
        Duluth, MN--2266
        Saudi Arabia--2194

    Interviews
        Bruce Newbury of WPRO Radio, Detroit, MI--2221
        Dominic Carter of New York 1 Television, New York City--2217
        Don Lancer of KYW Radio, Philadelphia, PA--2205

        Ed Gordon of Black Entertainment Television--2232
        Jim Dunbar of KGO Radio, San Francisco, CA--2268
  
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Contents--continued
        John Bachman and Laurie Groves of WHO Television, Des Moines, 
            IA--2248
        Ken Herrera and Jayne Bower of WWJ Radio, Detroit, MI---2219
        Ken Minyard and Roger Barkley of KABC Radio, Los Angeles, CA--
            2270
        Thera Martin Connelly of WDAS Radio, Philadelphia, PA--2223

Joint Statements

    Joint Communique of the United States of America and the Kingdom of 
        Saudi Arabia--2193

Meetings With Foreign Leaders

    Saudi Arabia, Prince Bandar--2194

Notices

    Continuation of Iran emergency--2211

Proclamations

    National Family Caregivers Week--2261
    Year of Gospel Music--2194

Statements by the President

    See also Bill Signings
    Disaster in Durunka, Egypt--2261

Supplementary Materials

    Acts approved by the President--2273
    Checklist of White House press releases--2272
    Digest of other White House announcements--2272
    Nominations submitted to the Senate--2272

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Monday, November 7, 1994
 
Volume 30--Number 44
Pages 2193-2275
 
Week Ending Friday, November 4, 1994
 
Joint Communique of the United States of America and the Kingdom of 
Saudi Arabia


October 28, 1994

    The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Fahad Bin Abdul-Aziz Al-
Saud, King of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia held a meeting with his 
excellency President William Clinton, during his Excellency's current 
visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, on Friday the 23d of Jumda Al-
Awal, 1415, A.H., corresponding to the 28th of October, 1994.
    In this meeting, the two leaders reviewed bilateral relations along 
with regional and international issues of common interest. In this 
regard, there was an expression of deep satisfaction at the level of 
bilateral relations and a mutual readiness to promote and develop their 
relations in a way that serves the common interests of the two countries 
and the well-being of the two peoples as well as contribute to the 
security and development of the whole region.
    In addition, the two leaders discussed recent developments related 
to the peace process in the Middle East. On this matter, the Custodian 
of the Two Holy Mosques, with great satisfaction, noted the relentless 
efforts of President Clinton and his government to move ahead the peace 
process and emphasized support for all the agreements already reached. 
On his part, President Clinton expressed his appreciation for King 
Fahad's support for the Israel-PLO agreements and the Israel-Jordan 
Peace Treaty and for his promotion and enhancement of the peace process. 
In particular the President expressed appreciation to him and his 
counterparts in the Gulf Cooperation Council for ending their 
enforcement of the secondary and tertiary boycotts. Both leaders 
emphasized their commitment to continue efforts to achieve concrete 
progress in the Israeli-Syrian and Israeli-Lebanese track. The two 
leaders took cognizance of the fact that a permanent and comprehensive 
peace in the area must be based on the Security Council Resolutions 242, 
338 as well as the Principle of Land for peace.
    During the talks, the two leaders also examined current threats that 
endanger regional peace and security, notably, the recent Iraqi 
violation of Security Council Resolutions and confirm the ill intentions 
of the Iraqi Government and its continued aggressive policies that 
threaten the security and stability of the Gulf area.
    They also noted the provisions of Security Council Resolution number 
949, underscoring their firm resolve to prevent Saddam Hussein from 
again posing a threat to Iraq's neighbors, particularly, the security of 
the State of Kuwait and future stability of the region. The two leaders 
voiced their view that any attempt to lift or alleviate the sanctions on 
Iraq will continue to be premature as long as Iraq does not comply fully 
and comprehensively with all the Security Council Resolutions that 
pertain to its aggression on the State of Kuwait. Consequently, any 
other efforts, inconsistent with the Security Council Resolutions, would 
only result in encouraging the Iraqi regime to continue its aggressive 
policies and to flout the will of the international community.
    The two leaders emphasized that they had no quarrel with the Iraqi 
people with whose plight they sympathize. They drew attention to the 
humanitarian provisions of the UNSC resolutions which the Iraqi regime 
has failed to take up. The responsibility for the hardship of the Iraqi 
people lies entirely with the Iraqi regime.
    The United States and Saudi Arabia condemn all terrorist activities. 
We are united against all the enemies of peace, those who threaten 
aggression and those who kill innocent people and whose real target is 
peace itself. In this way, we will widen the circle of peacemakers and 
promote reconciliation between them.

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Monday, November 7, 1994
 
Volume 30--Number 44
Pages 2193-2275
 
Week Ending Friday, November 4, 1994
 
Exchange With Reporters Prior to Discussions With Prince Bandar in 
Hafal-Batin, Saudi Arabia

October 28, 1994

King Abdul-Aziz Medal

    Q. Your Majesty, would you care to tell us what the decoration was, 
what its purpose was, Prince Bandar?
    Prince Bandar. This is the highest medal in the kingdom, that His 
Majesty awarded the President for his gratitude for the President of the 
United States of America and the people of the United States.
    The President. You all are holding up well?
    Q. No, are you?
    Q. What are you going to do with all your medals now? Put them in 
your library?
    The President. No, I'm going to wear them to my press conference and 
hope that I'll get more respect. [Laughter] I'll just wait until a 
difficult question arises, and I will put it on and hope it serves as a 
shield.

Note: The exchange began at 9:43 p.m. at the Royal Compound Reception 
Hall. A tape was not available for verification of the content of this 
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