Israel’s Foreign Minister to Stay Four Days in Paris for Talks

Israel’s Foreign Minister Golda Meir, who is due here this week-end for important talks with leaders of the French Government, will remain in Paris four days, it was learned today. She is scheduled to be received by Premier Charles de Gaulle and will also consult with Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville.

Meanwhile, Shimon Peress, director general of the Israel Defense Ministry, is scheduled to leave for Rome tomorrow after a busy round of talks here. He is due in Israel within three or four days.

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