Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations Seeks Cooperation Among Consultative Bodies

Delegates to a meeting of the Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations here today agreed on the desirability of cooperation among all Jewish groups with consultative status to one or another of the United Nations organs. The constituent groups of the Coordinating Board are the B’nai B’rith and the Boards of Deputies of British and South African Jews.

The Board meeting also agreed to open a special office in London, in addition to the one now functioning in New York. Regular meetings will be held every two years, the delegates decided, and each of the constituent bodies will name cochairman of the Board.

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