Israel Delegation at U. N. Reports Protest on Sending Radar to Egypt

Israel has protested to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization against a UNESCO plan to send radar equipment to Egypt, Israel delegation members here reported yesterday.

Egypt asked for such equipment for a Port Said school and the request was approved as part of a UNESCO $200, 000 program to help schools damaged in the Suz Canal action last tall and in the anti-Soviet rebellion in Hungary.

According to Israel delegation sources here, the Israel National Commission for UNESCO objected that the proposed gift was contrary to the spirit of the program for assistance to Egyptian and Hungarian schools. Israel delegation members here asserted that the radar was for use in a school which has military as well as civilian students.

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