JERUSALEM (Oct. 22)
Israel circles abstained from comment today on the latest anti-Israel remarks by Nikita S. Khrushchev, Soviet Premier.
Apparently, top Israel leaders are tired of reacting to remarks obviously aimed at boosting Soviet stock in Arab eyes. The remarks seem to come forth whenever an Arab personality visits Moscow or whenever the USSR leaders feel that Moscow’s penetration of the Arab world is not making: the desired progress.
In Moscow, Mr. Khrushchev last night praised the Arabs and promised them Soviet economic aid. He met twice in 24 hours with Marshal Abdel Hakim Amer, UAR Vice President and Defense Minister, in sessions attended by Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, Marshal Rodion Malinosvky, Soviet Defense Minister, and other Soviet Government and Communist Party chiefs.