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August 25, 1978 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-25

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10 Friday, Wad 25, 1978

THE DETROIT EWER NEWS

Begin Rejects Sacher Criticsm Over Foreign Policy `Mandate'

(Continued from Page 1)
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After all this thorough
public education 'came
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State Dept. Refutes Charge
U.S. Official Linked to Nazis

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Soviet government's
renewed allegation that a
high State Department offi-
cial was a Nazi accomplice
in World War II was coun-
tered by the department
with a review of his record
that includes a major award
for frustrating an attempt
by the Soviet KGB at re-
cruiting him.
Meanwhile, the office of
Rep. Joshua Eilberg (D-
Pa.), chairman of the House
Judiciary Subcommittee on
Immigration that is inten-
sively investigating the
presence of alleged Nazis in
the United States, said it is
looking into the matter.
Ten months ago —on Oct.
31, 1977 — the State De-
partment was asked for
comment on a Soviet press
report that Constantine
Warvariv, an American
career diplomat, had
engaged in pro-Nazi activi-
ties in the early 1940s.
Quoting Warvariv as
saying "there is not an
iota of truth to the
charges," the department
added that it had pro-
tested the allegation
through the American
Embassy in Moscow for
"what was termed a bla-
tant violation of the Vie-
nna Convention on Dip-
lomatic Relations, unac-
ceptable harassment of a
U.S. diplomat and gross
interference by the
Soviet hosts with the
proper activities of a U.S.
delegate to a major inter-
national conference."
The reference was to
Warvariv's membership iii
an official U.S. delegation to
a UNESCO conference in
Tbilisi in the Soviet Union
Oct. 14-26, 1977.
In a Soviet press review

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stitution of our land the as the government I head
mandate given us by our enjOys the conficdence of the
people is for a four-year House. As far as I am aware,
period. Upon taking office I this is called in several
gave an oath of allegiance countries, including Brit-
before the Knesset to the ef- ain: democrary.
fect that I would faithfully
"I must state with a full
fulfill my duty as Prime sense of responsibility that
Minister of Israel. And, Mr: your concept of Israel's se-
Sacher, I intend to do my curity would lead us into
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handed over to the Ameri-
In London, there was
can government authorities sharp reactions from
investigation material ex- some quarters to Sac-
posing Konstantin Var- her's letter.
variv (sic), chief of the De-
Lionel Bloch, a leading
partment of International
Relations of the U.S. State member of the London
Jewish community and
Department, as an ac-
complice of the Nazis during legal advisor to the Israeli
Embassy, sent a letter to the
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"documents" the war- attacked Sacher whose
time activities of War- views on this matter, Bloch,
variv, including in- said, did not represent those
volvement in the murder of the Jewish rank and file.

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Bliich accused Sacher of
of 17,000 Jews in Rovno
between Nov. 7 and 9, irresponsibility for publicly
1941. The report claims criticizing the Israel gov-
that Warvariv "was iden- ernment at a time when si-
tified as a Nazi ac- lence was required before
complice" when he the delicate summit talks at
attended the UNESCO Camp David nest month.
conference in the Soviet
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