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World Peace

Volume 640: debated on Tuesday 9 May 1961

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asked the Prime Minister if he will propose a meeting between the heads of the Government of the United States of America, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, China and the United Kingdom in order to allay the sense of insecurity which prevails throughout the world.

As I told the hon. Member for Chester-le-Street (Mr. Pent-land) on 7th February, the three Western Powers issued a statement in Paris after the failure of the Summit Conference stating that they were ready to take part in negotiations at any suitable time in the future. This remains our policy.