HC Deb 26 May 1930 vol 239 c797

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether his Department has any evidence pointing to the danger of hostilities between the Governments of Russia and Poland; whether be has received any reports on this matter either from His Majesty's representative in Warsaw or in Moscow; and whether, seeing that the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, Poland and Great Britain are signatories of the Kellogg Pact, His Majesty's Government, either singly or jointly with the other signatories of the Kellogg Pact., intend taking any action in the matter?


I have been in personal touch with the representatives of both countries within the last few days, and in neither case was there any reference to a danger of hostilities. Nor do the reports which I have received point to this. My hon. Friend will, I think, agree that in these circumstances action of the nature suggested in the last part of the question is not called for.