§ 19. Captain ERSKINE-BOLST
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to how many British subjects passports have been issued in the last 12 months to go to Russia?
§ Sir J. SIMON
Since March, 1930, the general practice has been adopted of making the passports of intending travellers to Europe valid for "all countries in Europe, including the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics and Turkey." The majority of Foreign Office passports issued since that date have been so endorsed.