prime minister) had allowed her cabinet to meet UNITA at a senior level. In addition, he denied that there had been "any protests from any quarters," despite the hostile response of the Anti-Apartheid Movement, which staged a demonstration outside his hotel. 34 But for the UNITA leader, the British meeting was a prestige event, with no material benefits likely to follow. For that he still looked to the U.S. government and, as he told a party rally welcoming him back to Jamba, President Bush "fully understands us and supports our views." 35
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Publication information: Book title: The Cold War Guerrilla:Jonas Savimbi, the U. S. Media, and the Angolan War. Contributors: Elaine Windrich - Author. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1992. Page number: 133.
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