Black African states decry US 'support' for S. Africa

All 50 black African states in the United Nations denounced what they termed the United States government's "open support" for South Africa. Ferdinand Oyono of Cameroon, chairman of the African group of delegations, who made the statement on its behalf, said this could have dangerous consequences.

The statement was drawn up before reports of a recent meeting between Jeane Kirkpatrick, the chief US delegate to th e United Nations, and a visiting South African general.

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