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Israel Cabinet Appoints Committee to Study Swedish Govt. Report on Bernadotte Case

March 24, 1950
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The Israel Cabinet last night appointed a special committee to study the Swedish Government’s report on the assassination of the late United Nations Palestine mediator, Count Folke Bernadotte, which was brought to this country by Baron Karl Lagerfeld, director-general of the Swedish Foreign Ministry.

The committee, which was named after Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett gave a report of Baron Lagerfeld’s visit, consists of Supreme Court Justice Shimon Agronat, Attorney General Herman Cohen and Dr. Walter Eytan, director of the Israel Foreign Ministry. The Cabinet also discussed education and budgetary matters.

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