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Poland-Lithuania Frontier

Volume 235: debated on Wednesday 26 February 1930

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asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what progress the Council of the League of Nations have made in the settlement of the differences between Poland and Lithuania with regard to Vilna and the frontier generally; and what the present position is?

A sub-committee constituted by the Advisory and Technical Committee of the League of Nations has been investigating the problem on the spot. Its Report will probably be ready for the consideration of the Committee when it meets in March, so that the final Report should be ready in time for the May session of the Council. Other outstanding questions have formed the subject of direct negotiations between the Polish and Lithuanian Governments.

Is it not a fact that the situation between the two countries is less feverish than it was six months ago?