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January 29, 1982 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-29

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Genscher to Visit
Israel Soon

BONN (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Hans-Dietrich
Genscher is expected to visit
Israel in April or May.
Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt shows no signs of
accepting a seven-year-old
standing invitation to visit
Israel.
According to one of his
aides, he sees no reason to
change his mind. But the
Bonn government has obvi-
ously decided to maintain
high-level contacts with Is-
rael, especially after its two
major partners in the Euro-
pean Economic Community
(EEC), Britain and France,
have been conducting a
dialogue with Jerusalem on
the foreign ministers level
or have declared their in-
tention to do so.

Cabinet Defers Budget Vote

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Ministry will be asked to
The Cabinet deferred a de- transfer less of its earn-
cision on the 475 billino ings to the Treasury and
shekel ($30 billion) budget use the balance to fi-
presented by Finance nance projects that ordi-
Minister Yoram Aridor for narily would have come
the new fiscal year.
out of its budget.
Aridor's proposed budget Aridor gave the Cabinet
is more than double the 210 an optimistic forecast for
billion shekel budget of the the economy in the new fis-
current fiscal year. But ac- cal year. He predicted eco-
cording to economists, it is nomic,growth will continue
smaller than expected be- with a five percent rise in
cause the finance minister the gross national product;
has included more extra- inflation will decrease by 10
budgetary expenditures percent and the balance of
than in past years. In real payments will improve.
terms, the government will He expects imports to in-
be spending more, they said. crease by nine percent com-
The extra-budgetary pared to seven percent in
funds will come out of the last fiscal year. He said
ministries which have in- the average rate of the
come as well as expendi- shekel will be 35 to the U.S.
tures. The Housing Minis- dollar.
try will expand its activities
Although the govern-
on a smaller budget by ment has yet to approve it,
utilizing loans from com- Aridor's budget ran into
mercial banks.
angry criticism in the Knes-
The Communications set from coalition and oppo-
sition MKs alike.
Shlomo
Lorincz,
chairman of the Finance
Committee, accused the
rael."
According to the Ira- finance minister of trying
nians, even if Israel would to impose his budget on
withdraw from some of the other ministers and ram
land it occupies it "can keep it through the Knesset
what it got as if it belongs to without sufficient time
itself. The plan provides for a thorough discus-
that the rest of the land will sion.
The new fiscal year be-
remain under the
soveriegnty of Israel. It gins April 1. Lorincz said
seeks the domination of Is- his committee would ap-
rael over the Arab and Is- prove an interim budget so
that the government can
lamic armies."
The statement concluded continue to function while
with a warning to "the Mos- the Knesset makes a de-
lem people that if this plan tailed examination of
is accepted, tomorrow Israel Aridor's proposals without
will annex even Mecca and the pressure of time.
Adi Amoral, of the Labor
Medina."
Alignment, denounced
Aridor for priming the
Carrington Visit economy just before the
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Knesset elections last June.
Geula Cohen of the
Britain's Foreign Secretary,
Tehiya
faction said that
Lord Carrington, will visit
Israel within a month or while the government can
two, Israeli officials said cut the defense budget this
last week. They said con- year, it will have to increase
tacts are proceeding to set it considerably next year
because of the withdrawal
an exact date for the visit.
Carrington first indicated from Sinai.
his desire to visit Israel
when he met with Foreign Tragedy Averted
Minister Yitzhak Shamir at TEL AVIV (JTA) y A
the UN General Assembly tragedy was averted when
last fall. Since then, how- police sappers detonated a
ever, the British statesman bomb before it could cause
has been involved in several any damage or casualties
angry rhetorical exchanges near a felafel stand in the
with Premier Menahem Ramot Eshkol quarter of
Begin over Palestine Liber- Jerusalem.
ation crganization partici-
Cowardice
pation in Middle East peace
is
not
synonymous with prudence.
talks.

Ayatollah Blasts Fand Plan

GENEVA (JTA) — The
Iranian delegation to the
United Nations issued a
scathing denunciation of
the plan proposed by Crown
Prince Fand of Saudi
Arabia last August.
The statement, by the
Ayatollah Ruhollah Kho-
meini, declared: "It is a dis-
grace for Arabs who rule be-
cause of their own interests
to accept this plan. If all of
us die, it is better than to be
displaced at the hands of
Zionists and Americans."
Although the Fand plan
no more than implied ac-
ceptance of Israel by the
Arab world if it withdraws
from all occupied Arab ter-
ritories, including East
Jerusalem, and allows the
establishment of a Palesti-
nian state, the Iranian
statement asserted that
"One of the points of the
plan is that Isral should be
recognized."
The statement added,
"If all the points were
',ositive, this point in it-
self would be enough to
negate the whole plan."
The Iranian statement
interpreted "peace with Is-
rael" as meaning "that
should any country or man
decide to do anything
against these plunderers,
then all Moslems in the
region must attack other
Moslems to preserve Is-

they hope to increase sales
to American markets,
which have till now taken
only a small percentage of
Israeli food exports. The
AGREXCO (Israel Agricul-
tural Export Co.) points out
it costs as much to ship to-
matoes to New York from
California as it does from Is-
rael.
Israel's agricultural ex-
ports show some good
examples of "carrying coals
to Newcastle." Israel ex-
ports flowers to Holland,
wine to France, goose, liver
to Germany and matzot to
nearly all countries of the
world.

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spokesmen admit the
validity of manufactur-
ers' complaints that in-
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paid to their needs when
drawing up agreements
between Israel and the
European Economic
Community (EEC).
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TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ex-
ports of Israeli processed
foods and agricultural
products are edging up to
the $1 billion a year mark,
buyers and visitors to Is-
rael's fifth Food Week Fair
were told.
Exports of processed foods
are expected to reach $340
million this year, with an-
other $500 million being
earned by exports of fruit
and flowers, with the main
emphasis on citrus exports.
Over 130 Israel firms dis-
played their wares and
lively interest was reported
from several hundred
buyers from abroad, accom-
)anied by more than a dozen
_oreign reporters coming to
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