The Dertfoi ol Ccn'ul Inlrlliornt c
ovember memorandumecurity framework for che Persian Gulf seems to touch all the basts. The Agency's views concerning most of the foreign policy and economic components have already appeared in varioua artforms but may bear selective restatement during SCC discussions. In that regard my analysts continue to believe that once the Iran-Iraq war recedes, the warmth of OS-Saudi relations in particular will depeod on our responsiveness to Riyadh's security concerns and atacit signal that Camp David cay not be the only path toward solution of the Palestinian problem
Bob Aacs, che HIO for che Near East and South Asia, is currently in the areaxpect ha will have some pertinent ideas on this subject upon his return.
Sttnef tele Turner
Tht Honorable Zbigniew Briezinski Assistant to the President
for National Security Affairs