§ 1. Lord SCONE
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if, in connection with the forthcoming visit of an Argentine Government Mission to this country, he will suggest to the Argentine Government that it is desirable that this mission should be authorised to discuss the position of British capital invested in commercial undertakings in the Argentine?
§ The SECRETARY of STATE for FOREIGN AFFAIRS (Sir John Simon)
As has been stated in the Press, His Majesty's Government have agreed to a proposal made by the Argentine Government that the forthcoming Special Mission to this country, headed by the. Vice-President of the Argentine Republic, shall engage in a friendly discussion of the various commercial matters at issue between the two countries, and my Noble Friend may be sure that the matters to which he alludes will not be lost sight of during these discussions.