§ 4. Earl WINTERTON
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will cause the appropriate consular authorities to warn British subjects proceeding to Manchukuo, or any territory on the Asiatic mainland within the Japanese sphere of influence, that foreigners, especially British subjects, are liable to be subjected to serious delay in their journeys and some discourtesy by the action of Japanese police and Customs officials?
§ Mr. EDEN
The effect which recent deplorable incidents are bound to have upon foreign travellers intending to visit the Japanese Empire and adjacent territories has already been made clear to the Japanese Government. I hope that no further special action, in the sense contemplated by my right hon. and Noble Friend, will be necessary.