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Polish-Czech Agreements

Volume 390: debated on Wednesday 2 June 1943

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asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will use his good offices with the Governments concerned to see that the Polish-Czech Agreements of nth November, 1940, and January, 1942, in regard to a Polish-Czech Confederation are duly honoured by both sides, in order thus to solve all pending frontier problems between these two countries and to secure the future peace of Europe?

As has been stated in the House, it is the policy of His Majesty's Government to foster agreements of the kind referred to by my hon. and gallant Friend, and to encourage the smaller States to weld themselves into larger, though not exclusive, groupings. The working out of detailed arrangements for the implementation of such agreements is, however, primarily a matter for the States directly concerned, who are fully aware of the views of His Majesty's Government.