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Polish Embassy in Argentina Rejects Protest Against Anti-semitic Policies

March 26, 1968
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The Polish Embassy in Argentina rejected today, without comment or explanation, a resolution adopted last week by the South American Executive of the World Jewish Congress dealing with the anti-Semitic campaign in Poland. The resolution had been delivered to the Embassy with the request that it be forwarded to the Polish Government in Warsaw. The embassy refused to transmit the statement and returned it to the Congress.

The West Germany Embassy, to which the Congress had delivered another resolution calling for abolition of the statute of limitations in West Germany In war crimes and crimes against humanity, advised the Congress today that it had transmitted the resolution to Bonn.

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