The present Roumanian government is desirous of developing a policy of political adjustment and industrial cooperation which will provide equal opportunity to all, according to information received by the American Jewish Congress and made public today through the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The statement of government policy was made known to the Roumanian Legation in the United States through its State Department and is in response to the demands set forth in a resolution adopted by the American Jewish Congress at its convention in Washington on June 27th.
The resolution adopted by the convention declared: “Now therefore be it resolved that the American Jewish Congress looks to the Roumanian government and to its people for the creation and development of a policy of political adjustment and industrial cooperation which will provide equal opportunity for all elements of the population regardless of race or creed and thereby promote its economic achievements.”
The cabled statement of the Roumanian government signed by Under-Secretary of State Tilea, said:
“We are herewith authorized to inform the Bureau of the American Jewish Congress that their demands set forth in the resolution of June 27th correspond exactly with the principles of the present government.”