§ 7. Mr. LEES-SMITH
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will say whether the United States and France have now Ambassadors in Russia
§ The SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Mr. Balfour)
The answer is in the affirmative, but they are not accredited to any Russian Government.
§ Mr. LEES-SMITH
Will the right hon. Gentleman say why the British Government have not someone there of equal dignity to those two foreign representatives?
§ 47. Mr. KING
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he is aware that Mr. Konstantine Dmitrivitch Nabokoff, who was dismissed from his post in London by the Russian Government, is now employed by the so-called Russian Government Committee, at India House, 1527 Kingsway; whether Mr. Nabokoff has at any time during the past six months asked for or received any financial assistance from the British Government, either for himself or for the Russian Government Committee; and whether he will consult the present Russian Government as to whether Mr. Nabokoff should be returned to Russia or conscripted with other Russians into the British Army?
§ Mr. BALFOUR
My right hon. Friend has asked me to answer this question. The answer to the first and third parts of the question is in the negative; to the second part in the affirmative.