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  • Yugoslavia, India Differ with Arabs on Public Statement on ‘palestine’

    Differences of opinion with regard to the “Palestine question” developed at the conference of “neutral” nations here today between the United Arab Republic on the one hand and India, Yugoslavia and Burma on the other, as draft resolutions were being considered in closed sessions. India, Yugoslavia and Burma were reported today as opposing the suggestion… More ▸

  • Israel Cabinet Approves Trade Agreements with Yugoslavia, Finland

    The Cabinet today approved trade agreements with Yugoslavia and Finland. The Yugoslav-Israel trade pact provides for an exchange of goods worth $7,200,000 during the current year. The treaty with Finland provides for the import by Israel of $8,500,000 worth of goods and the export to Finland of $6,500,000 in Israeli products. More ▸

  • Israel and Yugoslavia Extend Trade Agreement for Two Years

    The Israel-Yugoslav trade pact was extended today for two years in an agreement signed at the Israel Foreign Ministry office. The agreement calls for imports by each country of $7, 200,000 worth of products. Israel will buy mainly timber and metal. Yugoslavia will purchase tires, citrus fruits and rayon fibers. More ▸

  • Yugoslavia Willing to Mediate Arab-israel Dispute, Minister Says

    Koca Popovic, Foreign Minister of Yugoslavia, said here yesterday, while on a visit to Rome, that his Government would be willing to mediate the disputes between the Arab states and Israel “if both sides requested such mediation.” He made the statement in reply to a question as to whether Yugoslavia would undertake such mediation. “Mediators… More ▸

  • Israeli Delegation Returns from Yugoslavia; Attended Youth Seminar

    A four-member Israeli delegation comprising representatives of Mapai. Mapam and Achdut Ha’Avoda returned here today from Dubrovnik. Yugoslavia, where they attended the annual International Youth and Students Seminar organized by Yugoslav Socialist youth. The four Israelis spent ten days in Yugoslavia. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said today there was no foundation whatever to a report… More ▸

  • Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia Celebrate Federation Anniversary

    The 40th anniversary of the founding of the Federation of Jewish Communities in Yugoslavia will be celebrated at a series of events scheduled for this week, according go in official announcement from the Federation’s headquarters in Belgrade, received here today. The Federation, which is the official, government-recognized central body of Yugoslav Jewry, includes representatives of… More ▸

  • Israel Minister to Yugoslavia Named to Delegation at U.N. Assembly

    Avraham Darom, Israel Minister in Yugoslavia, was named today to serve on Israel’s delegation to the forthcoming General Assembly of the United Nations. Mr. Darom will be in charge of contacts with the Latin American delegations. A native of the Argentine, Mr. Darom was a Chilean Government official before he emigrated to Israel in 1949. More ▸

  • Yugoslavia to Continue to Seek Extradition of Artukovic from U.S.

    The Yugoslav Government made it clear today that it will explore all legal channels to renew its seven-year fight to gain extradition from the United States of Andrija Artukovic, a Croatian Hitler collaborator charged with the murder of thousands of Jews and others during World War II. U.S. Commissioner Theodore Hocke ruled last week in… More ▸

  • Yugoslavia Chides UN Members Alleging That Israel May Enter Jordan

    Israel’s interest in the current Middle East crisis, which has been deliberately kept in the background at the emergency session of the United Nations General Assembly, was brought into the open here today on two levels. On the one hand, Yugoslavia’s Foreign Minister, Koca Popovic, in the first address of this afternoon’s Assembly session, brought… More ▸