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July 08, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

New Rights Group to Coordinate
Efforts of U.S. and Europeans

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The formation of a new in-
ternational human rights
organization was an-
nounced last week, de-
signed to provide unity and
cohesion for Western na-
tions and European coun-
tries to speak out against
human rights abuses in the
Soviet Union. The forma-
tion of The Interparliamen-
tary Group (IPG) was an-
nounced at a joint press con-
ference by the Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews
(UCSJ) and its four initial
co-sponsors in the United
States: Sens. Dennis De-

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ference will be held in Paris
next May, where six issues
of Soviet human rights per-
formances will be ad-
dressed.
Meek said the goal of the
IPG is "to coordinate advo-
cacy of human rights as an
adjunct to bilateral and
multilateral diplomatic ef-
forts. It also hopes to com-
pliment the Madrid confeF-
ence on human rights and
carry out the goals of the
Helsinki Final Act, Meek
said.
Lynn Singer, president
of the UCSJ, said the new
organization was the
product of discussions
between the U.S. and
West European officials
"on how best to draw
world wide attention to
human rights abuses in
the Soviet Union ... We
hope to have everyone

working together to draw
to
public attention

human rights abuses."
Singer meanwhile re-
leased the text of a letter
written by a seven-year-old
Soviet Jewish boy, Avi
Goldstein, from the town of
Tbilisi, that was sent to
Samantha Smith of Man-
chester, Maine asking her
to give the letter detailing
Soviet harassment of his
refusenik family to Soviet
leader Yuri Andropov.
Smith, who wrote to An-
dropov about U.S.-Soviet re-
lations, was invited by the
Soviet leader to visit the
USSR this summer. Singer
said she did not know
whether Smith would de-
liver the Goldstein letter to
Andropov.

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Concini (D-Ariz.) and
Charles Grassley (R-Iowa),
and Reps. Tom Lantos (D-
Calif.) and John Porter (R-
Ill.).
Grassley said, "We will be
speaking with one voice in
the Western world for the
plight of people who don't
have the human rights we
have." Porter said that by
"joining together, Western
European and American
parliamentarians . . . will
work to maximize the pres-
sures on the Soviet Union to
end human rights viola-
tions."
According to Lantos, who
said the formation of the
group was "long overdue,"
the IPG will help bring
maximum pressure in the
field of human rights on the
Soviet Union. "We have to
speak in one voice stretch-
. ing from Norway to New
Zealand," he said.
_DeConcini blamed the
low number of people
allowed to emigrate from
the Soviet Union on "fad-
ing" interest, and said,
"The world united can
bring about the public
perception and pressure
on the Soviet Union be
reasonable in their emig-
ration policies."
The IPG headquarters
will be in Washington and
London and funded entirely
from the private sector. It
will be led by Paul Meek,
the executive director of the
UCSJ. It is expected to gain
the support of as many as
1,000 legislators from the
U.S., Canada, Britain,
France, West Germany, and
Spain as well as other coun-
tries.
Its first international con-

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Justice Department
has moved to revoke the
citizenship of Michael
Popczuk, a native of the Uk-
raine who lives in Lynn,
Mass., on grounds that he
obtained it "because of mis-
representations" about his
collaboration with the
Nazis during World War II.
A complaint was filed
against Popczuk in U.S.
District Court in Boston last
week, alleging that he had
served as a policeman in the
Antoniny district in the Uk-
raine during the German
occupation and that, in
association with the Nazis,
he participated in the mur-
der and persecution of
Jewish civilians "in or near
the villages of Kilchiny and
Manivtsy."
Popczuk, 64, entered the
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quirements of good moral
character to obtain U.S.
citizenship because of his al-
leged participation in acts of
persecution and murder and
because of misrepresenta-
tions to U.S authorities."

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