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United Nations Command Accepts Offer of Medical Supplies and Drugs Made by Israel

The unified command of the United Nations forces in Korea, through the U.N. Secretary-General, has advised the Israel Government of its acceptance of certain medical supplies and drugs offered by Israel.

Included in the first supplies selected by the unified command from the Israel Government’s list are diphiberia antitoxin, cholera and typhoid vacoines, tetanus toxoid, penicillin sodium, cresol solution, sulfaguanidine, and other medical requirements. Further lists of supplies offered by Israel are still under consideration by the unified command, the Israel Embassy here said. Israel’s offer of modical assistance was made at the time of Israel’s endorsement of U.N. action to repel north Korean aggression.

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