Israel Hopes for Dia lo•sue With President Pompidou
PARIS (JTA)—French political if not the close friendly ties that his prime minister and his new
government began to function.
observers indicated they expected previously existed.
The identity of the man Porn-
Israel to respond to the election of
The observers suggested they
pidou names as his foreign mini-
Georges Pompidou as president by considered it likely that either
seeking to initiate a "dialogue" Israeli Premier Golda Meir or ster, Michel Debre, to the post
for another term, it was believed
aimed at improving Franco-Israel Foreign Minister Abba Eban would
ties in an effort to bring back to visit Paris, probably soon after this would seriously dampen
at least a condition of "normalcy." President-elect Pompidou picked Israel's hopes for a quick im-
provement of Franco-Israel rela-
18—Friday, June 20, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
The prospect that Jacques Cha
ban Delmas, the current National
• Assembly president. may be nam-
FOR IMMEDIATE RESERVATIONS AND CONFIRMATION
ed Premier, is one regarded with
approval by pro-Israel circles.
Though he is a loyal Gaullist,
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did not join the
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anti-Israel chorus that arose when
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then President Charles de Gaulle
From the East coast to the West Coast
accused Israel of initiating the
June 1967 war and clamped an
emmargo on weapons and parts
shipments to Israel. which is still
The assembly president has
France away from the Mid East despite his electoral majority, they
stance taken by Gen. de Gaulle are said.
likely to be prolonged and difficult,' Debre declared before the
knowledgeable diplomats said. It is tion that "France's foreign policy
already abundantly clear that the will continue along the lines laid
new French president will depend down by Gen. de Gaulle." It is
for some time on the orthodox not known whether Debre will re-
Gaullist members of his party and tain his post in the new govern-
on the goodwill of the genera] ment.
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steadfastly refused to make any
public statement on the embargo.
but he has privately assured Is-
raeli diplomats here that he wishes
France had adopted a "more neu-
tral and objective attitude." the
The subjects that would consti-
tute a hoped-for Franco-Israeli
"dialogue" are, according to diplo-
mats here. the approaches of both
countries towards peace in the
Middle East: the de Gaulle em-
bargo on military equipment and
spare parts to Israel, especially the
50 Mirage V jets which Israel has
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It was learned that Eban has
been bolding preliminary talks
with French Ambasador Francis
Hure for the past two weeks as a
first -"step toward warming up
Franco-Israeli diplomatic activity
which has been frozen since June
1967. According to Israeli officials
Eban is exploring ways of getting
the "dialogue" re-started in his
talks with the French envoy. He
has expressed the hope that rela-
tions between - the two countries
would begin with a new approach,
not weighed down by events of
the past two years.
The resumption of normal rela-
tions with France, it is believed
here, would involve a visit to Paris
by Premier Golda Meir and one by
Eban as soon as president elect
Pompideiu appoints his new Prime
Minister and his cabinet.
But Israel's attempts to edge
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