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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Premier
Shimon Peres, returning from
Paris last weekend, said his
three-day visit to France had
strengthened Israel's interna-
tional position as well as Franco-
"I found a great deal of goodwill
in France to help overcome the
difficulties we have encountered
in Lebanon and I must say, that
from every possible point of view
their attitude was extremely pos-
itive and very encouraging,"
Peres told reporters Sunday at a
midnight press conference at
Peres said that in his talks with
President Francois Mitterrand he
raised the issue of Syrian Jewry
and there was a possibility that
Syria may now allow a limited
number of exit visas for Jews. He
did not make clear whether he
learned this from-the French
President, who met with
President Hafez Assad of Syria in
Damascus only a week before
Peres arrived in Paris.
Peres also said Mitterrand
promised to do whatever he could
to further an Israeli agreement
with Lebanon for the withdrawal
of Israeli forces from south Leba-
non and security guarantees for
Israel's northern borders.
He said the issue of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization had
come up only briefly during his
talks in Paris. Reports from Paris
over the weekend said the PLO
was the only matter over which
Israel and France differ sharply.
Mitterrand and his administra-
tion believe PLO chief Yassir
Arafat to be a "moderate" influ-
ence in the Arab world whereas
Israel considers the PLO a ter-
rorist organization and is deter-
mined not to negotiate with it, di-
rectly or indirectly, the Paris re-
ports said. But those reports
added that both French and Is-
raeli officials see their differences
on the PLO to be "more tactical
During the visit, Peres also met
with French Prime Minister Lau-
rent Fabius to discuss the pur-
chase by Israel of a nuclear power
station manufactured in France.
French officials said the only
problem is that Israel is not a sig-
natory to the Vienna Convention
which provides for regular inspec-
tion of nuclear installations by
the Vienna-based Atomic Energy
Commission. The inspection is to
ascertain whether nuclear
weapons are being produced. The
officials said Israel might circum-
vent this obstacle by agreeing to
open its French-made installation
Peres, who was warmly con-
gratulated by both Labor and
Likud members of the unity
cabinet upon his return to
Jerusalem, informed the Or-
thodox ministers in particular
that during his three-day stay in
Paris, all meals were kosher, in-
cluding his lunch with Mitterrand
— the first time kosher food was
served in the Elysee Palace. He
also said that on Friday night he
walked for nearly a half-hour to
visit with Simone Signoret, the
French film actress who is Jewish.