§ 40. Mr. C. WHITE
asked the Prime Minister whether the German Government 777 have carried out the Spa agreement with regard to the disarmament to the satisfaction of the International Commission; and, if not, to what extent are they in default?
§ 51. Mr. FORREST
asked the Prime Minister whether the Government is satisfied with the progress which has been made in carrying out the terms of the various Treaties of Peace; and, if not, whether he will specify the causes?
§ Mr. BONAR LAW
In a matter affecting all the Allied Powers it is impossible to give precise particulars, but with regard to the Spa Protocol, the German Government is, I believe, endeavouring to carry out its obligations. Satisfactory progress is also being made in the execution of the terms of the Treaties of Versailles, St. Germain, and Neuilly. The Treaties of Peace with Hungary and Turkey have not yet been ratified.
§ Mr. BILLING
What relationship, if any, exists between the International Commission and the League of Nations in this connection?