HC Deb 19 November 1919 vol 121 c895
41. Mr. SWAN

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether his attention has been called to a manifesto issued by the North Caucasian Parliament, urging the Allies to protect the Caucasian, people by insisting on the evacuation of North Caucasian territory by General Denikin's Volunteer Army, and the fixing of a provisional line of demarcation along the course of the Rivers Terek and Malka until the frontier has been permanently defined by the Peace Conference, the immediate nomination of an International Commission to inquire into the acts of the Volunteer Army in the invaded territory, the stoppage of the compulsory enlistment of Caucasians in the Volunteer Army, and the stoppage of compulsory levies upon the Caucasian population?

Sir H. GREENWOOD (Additional Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs)

I would refer my hon. Friend to the reply given to the: hon. and gallant Member for Central Hull on the 11th instant.