§ 6. Mr. NUNN
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will instruct the British representatives on the Committee of Nineteen to insist that equal attention shall be paid to those section of the Lytton Report which refer to the internal conditions in China as to the immediate issues of the Manchurian dispute?
§ The UNDER-SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Mr. Eden)
I think my hon. Friend may rest assured that the Committee of Nineteen will study the report in its entirety, and I do not consider that action on the lines suggested would serve any useful purpose.
§ 9. Mr. T. WILLIAMS
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will press at Geneva for a resolution of the Assembly declaring that no member of the League should recognise Manchukuo?
§ 10. Mr. DAVID GRENFELL
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, in view of the fact that the Chinese Government will not cuter into negotiations except on the basis laid down by the League Commission of Inquiry, and in view of the terms of the Commission of inquiry's Report and of the obligation contained in the Assembly resolution of 11th March, the Government will press at Geneva for au Assembly resolution declaring that no member of the League will recognise or facilitate in any way the maintenance of the present regime in Manchuria?
§ Mr. WILLIAMS
Does not the hon. Gentleman think that the policy indicated in my question is the best to pursue?