HC Deb 25 May 1938 vol 336 c1186
9. Mr. A. Henderson

asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the special interest displayed by the Polish and Hungarian Governments in the minorities question in Czechoslovakia, His Majesty's Government, through their representatives in Warsaw and Budapest, will represent to both Governments the desirability of securing an agreed settlement of the minorities problem?

The Prime Minister

His Majesty's Representatives in Warsaw and Budapest have already made clear to the Polish and Hungarian Governments the importance which His Majesty's Government attach to securing an agreed and peaceful solution of this problem and have received satisfactory assurances from both Governments.

12. Mr. Mander

asked the Prime Minister whether any proposal in connection with the present European crisis has been made for the invocation of the German-Czechoslovakia Arbitration Convention, signed simultaneously with the Locarno Treaty and still held binding by Germany?

The Prime Minister

No such proposal has yet been put forward.

Mr. Mander

Will the potentialities of this instrument be borne in mind with a view to possible developments?

The Prime Minister

Oh, yes.