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February 06, 1987 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-06

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Israel, U.S.
Discuss VOA
Construction

Aviv (JTA) — Israeli
and American delegations
have successfully completed a
week of private discussion
here for construction of Voice
of America (VOA) radio
transmitters in the Negev,
with Israel apparently win-
ning its point that major
contracts go to Israeli firms,
according to reports last
Monday.
Yoram Alster, Director
General of the Communica-
tions Ministry, expressed
satisfaction with agreement.
Walter Roberts, who headed
the American delegation, said
more than $300 million U.S.
dollars would be invested in
the project, at least half to be
spent in Israel.
"It may very well be more
than 50 percent will go to
Israeli firms," Roberts said.
After legal advisers complete
drafting work within a few
weeks, Washington will call
for bids from Israeli construc-
tion firms only.
The transmitters and
antennas will be built in the
U.S. and shipped to Israel for
construction at the Negev
site. According to Roberts,
some of the electronics work
will also be done by Israeli
firms. Actual construction
should begin within a year.
The _ relay station, which
Israel agreed several years
ago to accommodate on its
soil, will transmit broadcasts
of the VOA, Radio Free
Europe and Radio Liberty.
The latter two, based in
Western Europe, beam their
programs to Eastern Europe.

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