JERUSALEM (Nov. 3)
Extension of a trade agreement with Rumania, and the negotiation of trade pacts with Bulgaria and Iceland, were announced here today by the Foreign Ministry.
The pacts were negotiated by Israeli delegates at last week’s annual meeting of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, in Geneva. The Rumanian agreement, renewed for a year, provides for an equal exchange of $1,500,000 worth of goods between the two countries. Bulgaria and Israel, under the new pact, will exchange $500,000 worth of goods. Iceland will export to Israel fish, fish oil and fish meal, receiving in return textiles and other light-industry products.