The Intergovernmental Commission for Migration reported that only 368 Jews were allowed to leave the Soviet Union during October, the lowest number in recent years. A spokesman for the Commission forecast that the figure for November will be even lower. Of the 368 Jews, 83 went to Israel, the commission reported. In September, 405 Jews were allowed to leave the USSR and of this number, 105 went to Israel.
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