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Rome (JTA) — Shmuel
Hadas, assuming his posi-
tion as Israel's first official
envoy to the Holy See,
discussed the Middle East
peace process during a
historic half-hour meeting
with Pope John Paul II.
"It was a very good
meeting, very warm, very
informal," said Mr. Hadas,
who was accompanied by
Israel's ambassador to Italy,
Avi Pazner.
"It was very, very good —
(the pope) was in a good
mood," Mr. Pazner said in

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an interview with the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency.
Mr. Hadas was named
Special Representative to
the Holy See with the rank
of ambassador after the
historic agreement signed by
Israel and the Vatican Dec.
30, in which the two states
agreed to grant each other
diplomatic recognition.
He is expected to be con-
firmed as full-fledged am-
bassador within a few mon-
ths.
Although the meeting
Thursday was described as a
courtesy call, Mr. Hadas said
the pope was interested in
discussing the latest devel-
opments in the Middle East
peace process, particularly
in light of the accord on the
Gaza Strip and the West
Bank town of Jericho signed
with the PLO.
He also said the pope
stressed that the agreement
between Israel and the Vat-
ican was a major step in dia-
logue between Judaism and
Christianity.
"When I told him that it
was a privilege and an honor
to be with him as the first of-
ficial Israeli representative,
he reacted by saying that
this was a historic meeting,"
Mr. Hadas said.
The pope, he said, express-
ed the hope that implemen-
tation of the Israeli-Vatican
agreement would be suc-
cessful. El

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