The leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (P.L.O.), ???sser Arafat, left Yugoslavia on Tuesday (3?
The leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (P.L.O.), ???sser Arafat, left Yugoslavia on Tuesday (3 December) satisfied with the support for the Palestinian cause from his host, President Josip Broz Tit.
Mr. Arafat, who was on a four-day visit, described President Tito as the greatest and most devoted friend of the Arabs -- one they could count on in ??? situation.
??? also thanked the President for his country's support for the Palestinia ??? Arab cause, particularly within the United Nations and the non-aligned movement.
???ring his stay he had several rounds of talks on the Middle East situation ??? Yugoslav leaders. He attended a lunch in his nonour (a few hours ??? leaving) at the President's residence near the Slovenian town Brdo.
During the lunch, President Tito said his country would continue to support the Palestinian cause and that the Palestinians had gainec world ???ognition. However, he added, there was still no place for optimism as ??? fight would remain difficult."