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THE WEEK AHEAD

JAKARTA : Inching Toward Peace

August 21, 1990

Diplomats in Southeast Asia are scrambling to bring together the four factions involved in the Cambodian civil war in a renewed effort to set up an interim government and arrange elections in the country.

Indonesia says it has the agreement of the three resistance factions and the government in Phnom Penh to attend a conference in Jakarta, to be held either just before or just after U.N. Security Council talks on Cambodia scheduled for Friday.

If the four parties can agree on establishment of a Supreme National Council, it will take over Cambodia's disputed U.N. seat next month.

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