BRUSSELS (Nov. 28)
The conference of European Economic Community representatives with Israeli experts, which opened Monday as the first step in Israel’s bid for trade links with the six European Common Market countries, will be ended early next week, it was learned here today.
After adjournment, the EEC delegates will report to the EEC Commission, and the Government representatives will ask their governments for new instructions. Finance Minister Levi Eshkol left today for Israel. The Israeli delegation participation will be directed in his absence by Ambassador Amiel Najar.