§ 5. Colonel WEDGWOOD
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether Mr. Nabokoff is still representing any Russian Government in this country; how much money he or his Legation has received from this country since March, 1917; whether if he is no longer supported or recognised by the British Government, any successor to him has been appointed; if so, by whom, and who that successor is; and whether the Russian Embassy in Chesham Place is still occupied by a representative of any Russian Government?
The answer to the first, third, fourth, and last questions is that Mr. Nabokoff has been succeeded by Mr. Sabline, who represents the Government of Admiral Koltchak and occupies the Russian Embassy in Chesham Place. As regards the second question, payments made to Mr. Nabokoff between March, 1917, and 31st March, 1919, when payments ceased, amount to £184,156 14s. 7d.
I assume by Admiral Kolcthak, but perhaps my hon. and gallant Friend will give me notice of the question.