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Washington (JTA) — Secre- to emigrate from the Soviet
tary of State George Shultz cited Union in nearly ten 'years. His
human rights violations against arrival in Israel slated for
Jews and others in the Soviet mid-August, will reunite him
Union as evidence that despite with his wife, Feiga, and his
some achievements, "the most daughter, Aliza whom he has
important promises" of the Hel- not seen since their departure
sinki Accords have not been • from the USSR in 1973.
"If any single lesson emerges
from the history of the (Hel-
sinki) Final Acts' first ten years, Trade Halted
it is precisely that the interests
Tel Aviv (JTA) — The gov-
of individual human beings are
a fundamental part of security ernment of Ciskei, the South
and stability in Europe," Shultz African puppet state or home-
said at the ceremonies in Hel- land which is, not recognized by
sinki marking the tenth an- any other country in the world,
niversary of the signing of the including Israel, has halted all
agreement. "Greater security its commercial relations with Is-
and a more stable peace among rael because of alleged corrup-
our nations, depends on greater tion.
The Israel government had
freedom for the people of
always expressed dissatisfaction
In the speech, Shultz listed • and reservations about the
specific examples. "In the Final commercial relations of private
Act, we all committed ourselves Israeli companies and individu-
to treat in a positive and als with Ciskei, but took no offi-:
humanitarian way the applied- cial steps to halt them.
tions of persons who wish: to be'
reunited with membeis•of
family," the., said. "Yet Peres To ak
over the pSs
t 'five' years, the *At UnitedatIons
number of Soviet citizens of
United Nations (JTA) — Is-
Jewish nationality permitted to
emigrate mainly for family raeli Prime Minister Shimon
reunification, fell from over 'Peres will come to 'New, YOrk to
51,000 to 896."
address the 40th session of the
Shultz noted that the Moscow United Nations GeOeiSl Assem-
group established to monitor the bly, a high-ranking Israeli dip-
Helsinki Accords disbanded in lomat reported. Peres is
1982 "for fear of further perse- scheduled to arrive in New York
at the beginning of October. The
In a related incident, former General Assembly opens on
Soviet Jewish Prisoner of con- Sept. 17.
science Isaak Shkolnik, who
served seven years in the Soviet
gulag on alleged charges of Art Fair Aug. 17-18
"treason" and "anti-Soviet agita-
Meadow Brook will hold its
tion," was granted permission to eighth annual invitational ex-
emigrate to Israel, the National hibit and sale of arts and crafts
Conference on Soviet Jewry re-
10 a.m. Aug. 17 and Aug. 18.
ported during the Helsinki an- . at The
show will take place in the
courtyard of Meadow Brook Hall
Shkolnik, who first applied for
the east campus of Oakland
an exit visa in 1972, is the first on
former prisoner to be permitted
Admission is free..