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Compromise Agreement Reached on Status for Jewish Agency

March 19, 1952
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The Jewish Agency executive’s plenary session closed here last night following the adoption of a number of resolutions on the immigration of youth and skilled personnel and professionals.

Earlier, Berl Locker, Agency co-chairman, reported that the Agency negotiations had arrived at a compromise agreement with the Israel Government committee headed by Premier David Ben Gurion on a status for the Agency in Israel. This agreement, he said, would be submitted by the Premier to his Cabinet and then to Parliament for final approval.

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