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January 29, 1988 - Image 45

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Soviets Revert
To Strict Policy

New York (JTA) — Soviet
authorities have returned to
a strict exit visa policy, deny-
ing exit visas to Jews without
first-degree relatives in
Israel. This is the official
Soviet policy but it had been
relaxed in recent months.
However, the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry
reported last week that
Vyacheslav Uspensky, son of
prominent refuseniks Igor
and Irma Ioffe Uspensky, was
denied an exit visa because of
the lack of the first-degree
relative in Israel. Several
Leningrad Jews were also
denied visas for the same
reason.
Soviet authorities announc-
ed last year that they would
accept applications for
emigration only if they con-
tained invitations sent by
first-degree relatives in
Israel. In recent months,
though, the Soviets have
allowed some Jews without
close relatives in Israel to
leave the country.
The 18-year-old Uspensky
applied for an exit visa in-
dependently of his parents
after they were again refused
permission to emigrate on the
grounds that they possess
"state secrets" through
Slava's grandmother, Irina
Voronkevich, and his mater-
nal uncle, the mathematician
Aleksander Ioffe.

New Barbie Trial
Is Proposed

Paris (JTA) — The French
Ministry of Justice is prepar-
ing to try Klaus Barbie a se-
cond time at the request of
the family of resistance
leader Bruno Larat. However,
Serge Klarsfeld, the Nazi
hunter who obtained Barbie's
extradition from Bolivia, op-
poses the trial.
Klarsfeld last week wrote to
the Lyon magistrate who is
preparing the new trial to say
that documentary evidence
available in historic archives
shows that Barbie did not per-
sonally order the deportation
of Larat. Larat's family has
requested the trial on the
grounds that Barbia ordered
Larat's arrest and
deportation.
Barbie, 74, was sentenced
in his first trial to life im-
prisonment for crimes
against humanity. The court
found him guilty of having
tortured, deported and
murdered 800 people, in-
cluding 44 Jewish children
arrested at an orphanage at
Izieux, near Lyon, and sent to
their deaths in Auschwitz.

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