Mr. Morris Waldman, the Secretary of the American Jewish Committee, who is now in Geneva, has, at the request of the Polish Embassy in Washington, called on M. Zaleski, the Polish Foreign Minister, who is here to attend the meetings of the League of Nations Council and Assembly.
M. Zaleski showed great interest in Mr. Waldman’s views concerning the economic situation in Poland, and took a very sympathetic attitude towards the particular difficulties of the Jewish population in this respect.
The Minister gave an assurance that the Government is eager to do everything it can to promote the prosperity of the Jews. He was confident, he added, that the situation will improve in due course.
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