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May 19, 1995 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-19

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Jerusalem (JTA) — More Israeli
tourists will be able to visit Jor-
dan, according to an agreement
being worked out between the
two countries.
In a telephone conversation be-
tween Tourism Minister Uzi
Baram and his Jordanian coun-
terpart, Abed Hila, the two
agreed to allow an additional 100
Israelis into Jordan a day, bring-
ing the daily quota to 900.
Now, Israelis can only enter
Jordan on organized tours.
Overbooking by travel agen-
cies has resulted in long waits at
the border crossings. During the
Purim holiday weekend, about
1,000 Israelis were turned back
at the border, many after having
spent the day waiting on buses.
Mr. Baram criticized Israeli
travel agencies for announcing
that organized trips to Jordan
would end if Jordan does not can-
cel its method of having tourists
cross into Jordan.
"This method of threats and ul-
timatums will not advance the is-
sue, and may even damage it,"
Mr. Baram said in a statement.
"Relations with the Jordani-
ans are sensitive and need to be
dealt with carefully and thought-
fully."
Since the two countries opened
their borders, about 35,000 Is-
raelis have visited the Hashemite
kingdom. About 5,000 Jordanian
tourists have come to Israel.

Israel Ties
With Tanzania

United Nations (JTA) — Israel
and the United Republic of Tan-
zania have renewed diplomatic
relations.
Tanzania broke ties with Is-
rael after the Yom Kippur War
in 1973.
Documents establishing the
ties were signed at the United
Nations by Gad Ya'acobi, Israel's
ambassador to the United Na-
tions.
The African nation is the 28th
country to establish diplomatic
relations with Israel since the
Jewish state and the Palestini-
ans signed the Declaration of
Principles in September 1993.
Israel now has ties with 154 of
the 185 U.N. member states.
Israeli observers noted that the
establishment of ties with Tan-
zania has added significance in
the wake of recent charges made
by Prime Minister Yitzhak Ra-
bin that Egypt has been trying to
block the establishment of ties
between Israel and African coun-
tries.
Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak denied those charges
during a meeting with Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres in Cairo.

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