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  • Israel’s Finance Minister Reports on Exports to Nigeria and Ghana

    Israel’s exports to Nigerian and and Ghana are expected to total five million pounds (approximately $2,750,000) each this year, Finance Minister Levi Eshkol declared today. Speaking at the Journalists Club here after returning from a tour of West Africa, Mr. Eshkol told of his impressions of the newly emerging African states. He dispelled the impression… More ▸

  • Israel to Help Nigeria Expand Its Water Resources; Sends Engineers

    Israel will help Nigeria expand its water resources by undertaking a search for water in Western Nigeria, it was disclosed today. Five Israel engineers, representing the Foreign Water Development Company, will be working with three modern water-drilling machines sent from Haifa. The Foreign Water Development Company, organized by the Mekorot Water Company, the Israel Water… More ▸

  • Golda Meir Leaves Nigeria After Five-day Visit; Held Important Talks

    Israel’s Foreign Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir, concluded a five-day visit to Nigeria last night and left today for a return visit to Ghana to be honored by one of the top chiefs of that nation before proceeding Tuesday to Dakar to attend a meeting of French West African leaders. Mrs. Meir conferred this week-end with… More ▸

  • Golda Meir Arrives in Nigeria on Five-day Visit; Confers with Premier

    Israel Foreign Minister Golda Meir conferred here today with Dr. Namdi Azikiwe, Premier of the Eastern region of Nigeria, as she began her five-day visit to this country, the most populous on the African continent. She is also scheduled to confer later in the week with the Premier of the Western region and the Federal… More ▸

  • Golda Meir to Visit West Africa; Goes to Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria

    Israel’s Foreign Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir, will leave on a West African tour February 22, it was announced here today. During her three-week swing through Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and the French African territories, Mrs. Meir will attend celebrations in Ghana marking the first anniversary of that state’s independence. More ▸