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October 12, 1984 - Image 30

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Friday; October 12, 1984

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Reagan to Peres

Continued from Page 28

vate Israeli and U.S.
economists.
The official noted that al-
though various figures on
additional U.S. aid to Israel
were discussed no firm figure
was agreed upon and probably
would not be until after the
new joint committee meets.
An Israeli official noted that
no new figure would be pro-
posed until the new Congress
meets, and by that time there
will be a better picture on how
the economic measures taken
by the new Israeli government
are working.
Reagan noted that the eco-
nomic support funds and other
funds that the Congress hag
appropriated for Israel come at
an opportune time for they
will enable Israel to develop
its programs without having
to divert undo attention to
balance-of-payments prob-
lems." Should such problems
arise, the United States has
pledged to work closely with
the Israeli government to
avert them.
As Peres and Shamir ar-
rived at the White House,
some 50 members of the
Neturei Karta protested
against the existence of Israel

in Lafayette Park across the
street.
During his two-day stay in
Washington, Peres met with
Reagan, Shultz, Vice
President George Bush,
Weinberger, Treasury Secre-
tary Donald Regan, Congres-
sional leaders and AFL-CIO
President Lane Kirkland.
After leaving Washington,
Peres flew to New York for
meetings with the Conference
of Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations, the
Council on Foreign Relations
and Democratic Presidential
candidate Walter Mondale.
On Thursday, the first day
of Succot, Peres was scheduled
to meet in his hotel suite with
former Secretaries of State
Henry Kissinger and Cyrus
Vance, black civil rights
leader Bayard Rustin and U.S.
Ambassador to the United Na-
tions Jeane Kirkpatrick.
U.N. Secretary General
Javier Perez de Cuellar will
meet with Peres today fol-
lowed by a visit by Governor
Mario Cuomo of New York.
On Saturday, his last in the
United States before return-
ing to Israel, Peres will meet
with former Sen. Jacob Javits.

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