TEL A VIV (Nov. 7)
Stefan Grayek, chairman of the World Organization of Jewish Fighters, Partisans and Former Concentration Camp Inmates, left today for Moscow to attend the meeting of the International Committee on Auschwitz. It is the first time that the Russians have invited an Israeli member of this committee to attend a meeting held in Moscow.
Grayek will make a stopover in Warsaw where he will join the Polish delegation to the Moscow meeting. The deliberations, over six days, will include questions concerning the worldwide resurgence of neo – Nazism and anti – Semitism, in addition to worldwide events to mark the 35th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz in January 1980
Another subject to be discussed in Moscow is the fate of the national pavilions in the former death came area of Auschwitz. It was learned that the Italians and Hungarians have requested pavilions similar to the Jewish pavilion there where exhibits will show Nazi crimes in their respective countries.