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Great Britain And Italy

Volume 155: debated on Wednesday 28 June 1922

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asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs with what object Signor Schanzer, Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs, has been in conference with Members of His Majesty's Government in London; and whether it is proposed to acept the results of such conference to discussion in this House before final decisions are made?

The occasion of Monsieur Schanzer's visit is being taken to discuss in a friendly way the general relations between this country and Italy; until it has become clear what precise course those discussions take it is clearly impossible to state in advance whether or not their results will necessitate a reference to Parliament.