TEL AVIV (Dec. 1)
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir wound up his three-day visit to Zaire today with the signing of a number of mutual cooperation agreements, including the fields of agriculture, construction and military technology. Zaire has also reportedly agreed to sign an agreement on landing rights in Kinshasa for Israeli aircraft.
Israel correspondents accompanying Shamir reported today that Zaire President Mobutu Sese Seko told them during a cruise aboard his official yacht yesterday that his recognition of Israel and resumption of relations did not alter his view that the PLO was the sole spokesman for the Palestinians, who deserved a homeland of their own. Mobutu also said that Israeli troops should leave Lebanon immediately.