PARIS (Oct. 3)
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan of Israel and Foreign Minister Butros Chali of Egypt will jointly address the General Assembly of the Council of Europe here Oct. 10 to offer their respective interpretations of the Camp David agreements and present their national visions of the future of the Middle East. It will be the first time the two ministers will appear together before an international parliamentary body. They will appear again the following day to answer questions from the delegates.
The Council, comprising representatives of 21 West European countries, has invited the foreign ministers of three Arab rejectionist states — Jordan, Syria and Lebanon — to address its General Assembly next January. (By Edwin Eytan)