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Jerusalem (JTA)— The
Foreign Ministry last week
denied press reports that,
contrary to stated Israeli
policy, a Soviet consular
delegation would visit Israel
soon without a reciprocal
Israeli visit.
Despite the denial, Soviet
emigres reacted sharply, most
vocal among them the inter-
nationally known Natan
Shcharansky.
According to a Foreign
Ministry spokesman, Prime
Minister Shimon Peres made
a point of discussing the issue
with Foreign Minister Yitz-
hak Shamir, stressing that
there was no change in Israeli
policy.
The Foreign Ministry said
that the position of Israel
continued to be the recipro7
city outlined by Israeli
delegate to Soviet counter-
parts at a much publicized
meeting in Helsinki. Since
then, the Ministry said, there
had been no contacts with the
Soviets.
In a separate statement,
Minister Without Portfolio
Moshe Arens said no govern-
ment forum had given the
green light to a Soviet delega-
tion. He contended that any
Soviet demand should be met
with a minimum demand by
Israel to release all Jews im-
prisoned for Zionist activ-
ities. "No Soviet request
should be met. without a
similar response to Israel's re-
quests regarding Soviet
Jews," said Arens.
Speaking at a press con-
ference here with his mother
Ida Milgrom and brother
Leonid, Natan Shcharansky
urged a public campaign
against the USSR which
would convince it that
"public opinion of the West
will simply never permit their
governments to sacrifice the
interest of Soviet Jewry." In
a word, Shcharansky said, he
condoned all "non-violent"
action to achieve the goal of
freeing Soviet Jewry.
On the reported proposal
by Peres that a Soviet delega-
tion be allowed to visit Israel,

Shcharansky said adamantly,
"We can never compromise,
because it is really very
dangerous, and if (the report)
is correct, it's a serious
mistake which can bear very
grave - consequences for all
who struggle for Soviet
Jewry?'
In a related development,
Prime Minister Shimon Peres
indicated that Israel was not
imposing conditions on the
Soviet request to send a con-
sular mission to Jerusalem.
Speaking to reporters dur-
ing a tour of Afula, Peres said
Israel is negotiating out of a
sense of mutuality, which he
called an accepted principle in
diplomacy.
Asked if Israel made an
Israeli consular mission to
Moscow and freedom of
emigration for Soviet Jews
conditions for granting the
Soviet consular request, Peres
replied, "I don't think one
should approach every nego-
tiation with an ultimatum in
his hand. It is not necessary
— it is mutuality, not condi-
tional."
Peres said Soviet nego-
tiators "asked for some
points" during their Helsinki
meeting with Israeli nego-
tiators "and we are asking for
some points. This is the nor-
mal way to negotiate."

Visa Received

New York (JTA)' — Leonid
Vainstein, 39, a Kishinev re-
fusenik since 1973, has re-
ceived an exit visa for Israel,
and is expected to leave the
USSR Sept. 15, according to
the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry. Vainstein, a
mechanical engineer, was re-
fused a visa because of "army
service." His military service
was completed more than
seven years ago. However,
his wife Klara and daughter
Rozalia were given permis-
sion and arrived in Israel in
1977.

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