BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) _ Polish leader Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski will make an official visit to Yugoslavia July 8-10, the Yugoslav news agency Tanjug reported Friday.

Zeljko Jeglic, the official Foreign Ministry spokesman, said Jaruzelski would meet with Yugoslav President Radovan Vlajkovic, Premier Milka Planinc and Communist Party chief Vidoje Zarkovic during the visit.

Protocols dealing with economic and scientific cooperation were expected to be signed, said Tanjug.

It will be Jaruzelski's second trip to a country outside the Soviet bloc since he came to power in 1981. He paid a five-day visit to India in February this year.