asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he has now had time to consider the Soviet Government's reply to the protests addressed to them by His Majesty's Government regarding the Soviet-Hungarian and Soviet-Rumanian trade agreements; and what further action he is taking.
Yes, Sir, my right hon. Friend has considered the answer sent by the Soviet Government to the protest which he made about the trade agreements between Hungary and Rumania and the Soviet Union. He regrets that he cannot regard this answer as satisfactory, and he is pressing the Soviet Government to furnish him with the full text of the agreements. He is now considering what further action he can usefully take.