§ 2. Mr. Edmund Harvey
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, during the time he was in Moscow, he was able to carry any further the discussions which had previously taken place with the Soviet Government about the desirability of an exchange of scientific missions between the two countries; and whether the practical difficulties in putting the scheme into effect have now been disposed of?
§ The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Eden)
No, Sir. The position has not changed since the matter was discussed with the Soviet Government, and it was agreed that for practical reasons the proposed exchange of scientific missions between the two countries should be postponed.
§ Mr. Harvey
May I take it that the matter is still under consideration for appropriate action when a suitable time arises?