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January 24, 1986 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-24

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Athens (JTA) — Greek
Foreign Minister Karlos
Papoulias has scotched specula-
tion that Greece and Israel may
be moving toward full diplomtic
relations. He told Greek jour-
nalists at an interview in Bel-
grade that there is no question
of de jure (formal) recognition of
Israel by Greece, remarking "we
have set certain conditions for
this."
The speculation arose follow-
ing Papoulias' four-hour meet-
ing last week with David
Kimche, Director General of the
Israeli Foreign Ministry, his
first with a ranking Israeli dip-
lomat. Papoulias described
Kimche's visit to Greece as
routine.
He confirmed he had accepted
in principle an invitation to
visit Israel, but "whether I go
depends on a number of factors,
and perhaps those factors will
be identicar,with the terms and
conditions which Greece sets for
a de jure recognition of Israel,"
the Foreign Minister said.
Israel is represented in Greece
only at the consular level. Rela-
tions between the two countries
have long been strained because
of Greece's outspoken support
,for the Palestinian cause in the
Arab-Israeli conflict.
Papoulias said his talk with
Kimche was to convey the
Greek government's views on
the "Mediterranean crisis."
He said the extension of full
diplomatic recognition to Israel
was conditional on the total
withdrawal .of Israeli troops
from the Arab lands it has occu-
pied since 1967 and the com-
mencement of negotiations be-
tween all parties concerned to
find a just and permanent solu-
tion to the Middle East problem, ,
which, he stressed, includes the
Palestinian issue.
Papoulias said recognition of
Israel by other states would not
influence Greece "because our
position is one of political prin-
ciples." He may have been refer-
ring to Spanish recognition of
Israel.
Kimche said that Greece has
extended an official invitation to
the Israeli Minister of Tourism,
Moshe Sharir. Papoulias did not
refer to that invitation at his
press conference in Belgrade.
Sharir would be the first Isreli
minister to visit Greece in more
than 20 years.

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Leon Dui-
zin acted personally over the
weekend to cancel a decision by
the Jewish Agency to rent its
Binyamei Haooraa convention
hall 'to Rabbi Meir Kahane's
Kach Party for its convention
next month.
Dulzin chairman of the
'Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Executives,
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movement" that was contrary tc
the essence of Zionism anc
. democracy.

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