As Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong improves each day from the illness that has confined him to his bed for the first time in more than 60 years, I have been spending the last three weeks fulfilling our commitments vis-a-vis projects that we have undertaken in the past, and have already embarked on new projects in Egypt, Israel, and here in Japan. And speaking of Israel, that nation is sure to continue to be a major focus of the world's attention in the coming months. It appears that the Geneva Peace Conference is ready to be resumed after almost three years, and there is hope in many quarters that a settlement of the crisis that has made the Middle East the most explosive area in the world can be reached. Israel's foreign minister, Moshe Dayan, and Egypt's foreign minister, Ismgil Fahmy, have each visited the United States and have had lengthy discussions with President Carter and Secretary of State Vance.
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