Nasser Plans to Mobilize Afro-asian Nations at U. N. Against Israel

Publié le par Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Jewish Telegraphic Agencypublished 13/09/1960 at 07:39

Jerusalem, Sep. 12 (JTA) – Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of the United Arab Republic, hopes to use his presence at the United Nations General Assembly this month for the purpose of another "Bandung" conference of Afro-Asian nations, in an effort to tighten his anti-Israel campaign and counter Israel's influence among new nations, according to an analysis of Cairo reports made here today.

Gamal Abdel NasserIn April 1955. 29 Afro-Asian countries met at Bandung, Indonesia. Among the re solutions they adopted, at Nasser's insistence, was one endorsing the Arab League's anti Israel policies. Nasser is known to have made several efforts since 1955 to convene a second Afro-Asian conference, But these moves have failed, due to the insistence of a number of the Bandung participants that Israel must not be excluded from such a parley.

Now Nasser is seen bending every effort to get the Afro-Asians together, while at the United Nations, for an ad has reconvening of the Bandung participants and of other, newer, African states among which Israel's influence is evident.

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