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August 26, 1983 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-26

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Friday, August 26, 1983 35

PARIS (JTA) — The
Foreign Ministry of Spain
made an announcement
last week that Premier
Felipe Gonzales has not yet
decided whether to seek
formal diplomatic ties with
Israel but that Spain is al-
ready acting to improve its
economic and cultural rela-
tions with the Jewish state.
His statement followed
reports in the Spanish and
Israeli press that the two
countries are about to ex-
change diplomatic recogni-
tion and to exchange am-
bassadors. A report in the
Israeli press said Israeli
envoys in Madrid were al-
ready looking for a suitable
building to house the future
embassy.
Spain is the only Western
European country that has
never recognized Israel de-
spite the fact that since its
admission to the European
Economic Community
(EEC) it has been under
widespread pressure from
its partners to align itself
with the rest of the EEC
member-states.
Gonzales' electoral vic-
tory was seen as giving
Spain an additional push
on the way to recogniiing
Israel. He had visited the
Jewish state on several_..
occasions as guest of the
Labor Party. '

While he was in the oppo-
sition, Gonzales hinted that
if he was elected, there

would be an improvement
in Spain's relations with Is-
rael. A Spanish Socialist
delegation, led by the
party's chairman, Ramon
Rubnial, is currently in Is-
rael to meet with govern-
ment officials and Labor
Party leader Shimon Peres.
The Spanish press said
that Gonzales is probably
waiting for at least a partial
Israeli pull-back in Leba-
non before announcing his
decision. Diplomatic reports
in the Spanish dailies also
said Gonzales, who is a vice
president of the Socialist In-
ternational, would have
preferred to exchange am-
bassadors with a Labor-led
government in Israel.
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