HC Deb 04 December 1919 vol 122 cc579-80
70. Lord R. CECIL

asked the Prime Minister whether the Government had any information as to the behaviour of the Roumanians in the occupied districts of Transylvania and Hungary; and whether they would lay any Papers on the subject?


Various reports have been received. If the House desires it, I will consider the possibility of laying any of these on the Table of the House.

84. Mr. KILEY

asked the Prime Minister whether a Government has now been set up in Hungary with which it will be possible for the Allied and Associated Governments to negotiate; and, if so, when negotiations will be opened?


The reply is in the affirmative. Sir George Clerk's Report shows that M. Huzzar's Government is satisfactory, and the Supreme Council have asked for delegates to be sent to Paris forthwith.