Jewish Agency Sending a Hebrew Teacher to Yugoslavia

The Jewish Agency will send a Hebrew teacher to Zagreb, Yugoslavia, the organization’s first official emissary to Yugoslavia ever, it was learned here Monday.

The Agency’s Department for Education in the diaspora will send the teacher to the city in which about 2,000 of Yugoslavia’s 5,000 Jews live.

The Diaspora Education Department will conduct its annual European seminar this week with the participation of 70 principals of Jewish schools, coordinators and teachers of Jewish studies.

Representatives of 10 East European countries, which do not have diplomatic relations with Israel, will also attend the seminar, including the director of the Rabbinical Seminary in Budapest and Jewish educators from Turkey.

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