HC Deb 27 June 1928 vol 219 cc501-2

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he can make any statement regarding his conversations in Paris with the French Foreign Minister?

The SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Sir Austen Chamberlain)

I had only one conversation with Monsieur Briand, and that was on my way out to Geneva. It was principally occupied with the consideration of some of the questions which were on the agenda for the Council meeting. The question of disarmament was also touched upon.


May we take it, therefore, that since the further Note from Mr. Kellogg there has not been any further conversations with the French Government as to whether the reservations originally asked for should be insisted on?


I am not quite certain that I caught the hon. and gallant Member's question. I think he asked whether he might understand that since the last Note from Mr. Kellogg there had been no further conversations with the French Government. There have been none.