BELGRADE. Yugoslavia (UPI) - U.S.
Ambassador Arthur Goldberg Wednesday issued
his sharpest attack yet against Soviet human rights
violations. The Soviets hit back on the jailing of
blacks in the United States, including members of
the Wilmington 10, then warned Goldberg in
private, "you shouldn't have done that."
Goldberg charged that Soviet authorities are
holding three dissidents Anatoly Shcharansky.
Yuri Orlov and Alexander Ginburg for
activities which are called lor by the Helsinki final
act. The three are members of M oscow's unofficial
Helsinki monitoring group.
Shcharansky, Ginburg and Orlov were
arrested and imprisoned in I ebruaryand March.
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Shcharansky has been charged vuth anti-Soict
activity and Gin'hurg with anti-Sox iet agitation
and propaganda. No charges have been brought
against Orlov. a physicist.
It was the first time the American delegate at the
meeting, called to review compliance with the
Helsinki accords, has cited specific human rights
cases by name. It drew an immediate and angry
" I he U.S. delegate is using artificial pretexts to
push this conference into the road of interference
in our internal affairs." Russian delegate Yuli
" I he ideas advanced by Ambassador Goldberg
are putting this meeting on the verge of a
dangerous situation." Vorontsov xxarned.
"We will now begin to talk about the internal
affairs of the United States - and believe me, there
are plenty of human rights violations we can talk
about," the Russian said.
"Thousands of Americans have been thrown
into prison because of the color of their skin,"
Vorontsov said. "But Lt. William Calley, who
killed hundreds of women and children in
Vietnam, is free."
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