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Predicts Closer Relations Between Government and Zionists

February 7, 1923
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Greater and more liberal facilities for Jewish immigration to Palestine were foreshadowed by Colonel Kisch, political representative of the Zionist Organization, in statement to the J.T.A.

The question is now under consideration by the Colonial Office in London, whence a favorable reply is expected within a few days, Col. Kisch declared.

He stated also that following Dr. Weizmann’s visit and the representations he made, closer relations have been established between the Zionist Executive as the Jewish Agency, and the Palestine Administration, principally in the exchange of information.

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