Eban Cancels Latin Visit Amid Rumors Invitation Withdrawn by One Land
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Foreign The visits were announced last
Minister Abba Eban canceled his week.
projected visits to Brazil,"Uruguay
A foreign ministry spokesman
and Argentina, scheduled to take
place next month, amid rumors denied press reports that the Ar-
government had requested
that his invitation was rescinded
by at least one of those countries. Eban to cancel his trip. According
to an announcement made in be-
half of the foreign minister, who
flew to Italy Monday, for a four-
day official visit, Eban called off
his Latin American trip because
"the latest events in the region
(Middle East) made it impossible
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plying to newsmen's questions. the
ministry spokesman was unable to
explain how the foreign minister
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Eban's official visit to Italy
was the first ever made by an
Israeli cabinet minister. Eban
held formal and informal work-
ing conferences with Italian For-
eign Minister Aldo Moro and
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for 20 minutes Tuesday and were
later joined by their aides at a
meeting which lasted one hour.
The Italian diplomat reportedly
outlined his ideas on the Middle
East and gave Eban a report on
his recent meeting in Cairo with
President Carnal Abdel Nassr and
other high Egyptian officials.
Eban described Israel's position
and both ministers agreed that
the promotion of a climate of trust
: was a prerequisite to a peaceful
!settlement in the Mid East. They
also reportedly discussed economic
and cultural relations between
Responding to Moro's dinner re-
: marks, Eban recalled that many
Italian Jews escaped death at
i Nazi hands during World War II
i because of the help given them by
the Italian people. He said Israel
would never forget the help ren-
dered by Italians when fragile
ships took the homeless survivors
of Nazi death camps to Israel
from La Spezi and Civitavecchia.
the port of Rome. Ile said that
Israel's political aspirations found
a responsive echo in the hearts of
the Italian people and their gov-
ernment. He assured Moro that his
words of advice and guidance were
reipived with gratitude and re-
spect by himself and the Israeli
The invitation extended to Eban
was .viewed as an important step
in Italy's new diplomatic efforts
to bring about a peaceful settle-
ment in the Mid East. Foreign
Minister Moro recently visited
Cairo where he conferred with
Egypt's President Gamal Abdel
Shortly after his arrival, Eban
met with Mayor Clelio Darida and
municipal officials. Deride recount-
ed the important role of Rome in
Jewish history and noted that Jew-
ish presence had left its marks in
Roman history. Ile pointed out that
the cordial and fraternal feelings
of the Roman population toward
Jews did not subside even during
the days of fascism.
Darida said that even the Nazis
complained about hostility of the
Romans against anti-Jewish perse-
The mayor expressed admiration
for Israel's social and political or-
ganizations, which he said was gov-
erned by humanity and reason.
Eban responded by noting the
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Foreign Minister Aldo Moro
declared Tuesday night that American Medical
health magazine. thanks to the in-
Israel's welfare was a matter
close to the heart of Italy and tercession of a local tourist and a
that he was convinced that the Detroit newspaper.
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Pincus Repeats Charge:
`Goldman's Views Do
Not Coincide With Israel'
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Louis A.
Pincus, chairman of the Jewish
Agency, reiterated his charges
against Dr. Nahum Goldmann over
the latter's views on Arab-Israeli
peace approaches which do not
coincide with the official Israel
"It is inconceivable that the
president of the World Jewish Con-
gress, Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
should not be bound by the resolu-
tions adopted by the various
forums of his own organization with
regard to identification with and
support for Israel," Pincus said in
the course of a report to the
He said he had made his views
on Dr. Goldmann clear at the Mon-
treal meeting of the WJC's govern-
ing council on May 26.
(The Jewish Telegraphic
Agency in New York learned that
at the Montreal meeting Pincus
accused Dr. Goldmann of creat-
ing the impression that there was
a fundamental divergence be-
tween the WIC and the govern-
ment of Israel and of harming
Jewish solidarity at a time of
(Pincus maintained that the pres-
ident of the WJC had to limit his
right of free expression if it was
likely to damage the cause of the
Jewish people. Pincus made his
charges in Montreal after Dr. Gold-
mann had explained his views to
the governing council in a closed
Dr. Goldmann subsequently de-
clined to reply to Pincus' attack.)
The Jewish Agency 'chairman re-
ported Monday that the WJC had
decided to set up a preparatory
committee for the next session to
deal with the question of candi-
dates for the office of president
and other . senior positions.
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