Yugoslav Ambassador in Washington Reports on Rehabilitation of Jews in His Country

The remaining 15,000 Jews of Yugoslavia are harmoniously rebuilding their lives, Sava N. Kosanovic, new Yugoslav Ambassador, today said at his first press conference since presenting his credentials to President Truman list week.

Mr. Kosanovic said that Yugoslavia had always been free of anti-Semitism, and that there were no signs of it under the government of Marshal Tito. There were an estimated 80,000 Jews in Yugoslavia before the Nazi invasion.

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