§ 6. Sir HARRY BRITTAIN
asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the suggestions put forward at the Genoa Conference for the simplification of the visa for the benefit of travellers have been definitely accepted; and, if not, whether any provision has been made to deal with the matter, notwithstanding the termination of tint Conference?
These suggestions were embodied in Article 16 of the Third Report of the Economic Commission and accepted by the last plenary session of the Genoa Conference on 19th May. His Majesty's Government has been putting these suggestions in force for some time past as far as this country is concerned.
Yes; I think seine countries have done so. If my hon. Friend desires a precise answer perhaps he will put a question on the Paper?