Egyptian Vice-president Discusses Israel with French President

A wide-range discussion of international affairs, including the Middle East in general and Israel specifically, was held here yesterday between President Charles de Gaulle and Marshal Abdel Hakim Amer, first vice-president of Egypt. The marshal, who arrived here Friday for an official, four-day visit, is the highest ranking Egyptian official to visit this country since the Suez crisis in 1956.

Marshal Amer refused to go into details about the Israeli affairs he discussed with Gen. de Gaulle but said, in response to a question on that matter after the conference: “yes, everything about that was considered.” He is believed to have brought to President de Gaulle a personal invitation to visit Egypt from the latter country’s chief of state, Gamal Abdel Nasser.

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