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February 03, 1989 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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Rome (JTA) — Israel's am-
bassador to Italy, Michael
Drory, had a rare audience
with Pope John Paul II last
week.
The Vatican has no diplo-
matic relations with Israel
and refuses to recognize the
Jewish state.
According to Meron Gordon,
the embassy official in charge
of contacts with the Vatican,
it was Drory's second au-
dience with the pope since
early 1987, when the envoy
first arrived in Rome.
Gordon described the at-
mosphere as "positive" and
termed the papal audience
with an ambassador of Israel
"unusual," if not entirely
without precedent.
"The pope made general
remarks about his desire for
peace in the (Middle East)
area and equal rights for all
people," Gordon said.
One of the obstacles to
Vatican recognition of Israel
is its insistence that Jeru-
salem should be an interna-
tional holy city.
The Rome daily Il Messag-
gero quoted Drory last Friday
as saying the pope is aware
that a solution to the Middle
East conflict will not be found
overnight.
The Israeli envoy also was
quoted as saying that "the
pope is convinced, as are
many in Europe, that the
Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation represents the
Palestinian people and thus
must be our interlocutor."
The current Israeli govern-
ment has formally rejected
any talks with the PLO.

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