HC Deb 08 April 1935 vol 300 c806
7. Mr. G. HALL

(for Sir WILLIAM JENKINS) asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what steps, if any, are being taken by the British Government to secure an early meeting of the committee which had been established to advise on the Gran-Chaco dispute?


I do not consider that any useful purpose would be served by suggesting a further meeting of the League Chaco Committee, pending the outcome of the efforts to obtain a settlement which are now being made, with the approval of this Committee, by certain South American Governments.

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