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World Jewish Congress Announces Agenda for Convention in Brussels

March 9, 1966
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Relations between Jews and Arabs, and the situation of the Jewish community in the Soviet Union, will be discussed at the next World Jewish Congress session, to be convened in Brussels in July, it was announced here today by Dr. Gerhardt Riegner, WJC general secretary.

Dr. Riegner announced also the composition of several major committees of the European Division of the WJC. Vidal Modiano, of France, was elected to the Governing Council, and one seat on that body was reserved for a British representative. Added to the Commission on International Affairs, headed by Dr. S. Levenberg, of London, were David Lambert, of France; Dr. Ladislav Kadelburg, of Yugoslavia; and Hendrick van Dam, of West Germany.

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