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August 31, 1962 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-08-31

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

OSLO—Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion, arriving here for
his second stop on a five-nation
Scandinavian tour, met for 90
minutes Tuesday with Premier
Einar Gerhardsen.
The first meeting of the. two
Prime Ministers, which was at-
tended by Norwegian and Isra-
eli advisers, was reported to
have been very friendly.
Andreas Anderson, director
in Premier Gerhardsen's office
who took part in the meeting,
told newsmen that Ben-Gurion
called to Premier Gerhardsen's
attention Israel's proposal for
direct peace talks with the Arab
countries. The Israeli visitors
also reported on Israel's eco-
nomic situation.
There was no information on
whether Premier Gerhardsen
had promised Ben-Gurion any-
thing about Norway's position
at the United Nations when the
annual vote comes up on the
Arab refugee problem. Like
Premier Erlander of Sweden,
the Norwegian leader promised
to consider Israel's point of view
at the Scandinavia Foreign
Ministers Meeting scheduled for
Sept. 13 in Helsinki.
After the meeting with the
Norwegian Premier, Ben-Gu-
rion was received for 30 min-
utes by King Olav V. The
59 - year - old King received
Ben-Gurion at the palace.
Ben - Gurion presented the
King with a silver dish made
by a Jerusalem artist. The
Prime Minister and the King
chatted informally about the
Hebrew language, immigra-
tion to Israel and some of
Israel's problems.
The Prime Minister comment-
ed later that the King had a
good knowledge of Israel's prob-
lems. After a brief visit to Oslo's
Norwegian Folkemuseum, the
Israeli visitors had lunch with
Premier Gerhardsen.
Ben-Gurion met for two hours
Wednesday wit h Norwegian
Foreign Minister Halyard Lange
for talks which the NorWegian
official .called "exchanges of
views but not negotiations." He
added the talks were "most use-
ful for the Norwegian side."
The talks took place during
the second day of Ben-Gurion's

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visit to Norway, the second
country he is visiting during a
month long tour of five Scan-
dinavian countries. The Norwe-
gian official said he listened
"with the greatest interest to
the discussion by the Prime
Minister of the situation in the
Middle East. We also discussed
the world situation in general
and especially the problems of
East-West relations. We also
considered the situation of the
African and Asian countries."
The two leaders were accom-
panied by their customary ad-
visers during the talks.
"In reply to questions from
newsmen, Lange said that "in
connection with Middle East
problems we discussed the
Arab refugee problem and the
next United Nations session
which may discuss this mat-
ter." He added: "It is too
early to answer now as to
what Norway's position will
be on this point. We will dis-
cuss this matter at Helsinki
at the meeting of Scandin-
avian Foreign Ministers. If
the point is not raised by oth-
ers I will raise it."
* * *
STOCKHOLM, (JTA)—?rob-
lems concerning Israel and the
Middle East to be taken up at
the forthcoming session of the
United Nations General Assem-
bly were discussed by Ben-
Gurion and Swedish Premier
Tage Erlander. Ben-Gurion was
the luncheon guest along with
Mrs. Ben - Gurion and their
daughter, Rennana Leshem, of
Swedish King Gustav VI Adolf
and Queen Louise at their sum-
mer residence in Sofiero, before
leaving for Oslo.
The Israeli Prime Minister,
who spent all of Sunday at the
home of Premier Erlander, was
understood to have briefed the

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1 1 — THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, August 31, 1962

Ben-Gurion Sees Strong Allies in Scandanavia at UN Sessions

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