§ 9. Mr. Martin
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will make efforts to procure the inclusion of representatives of the French Committee of National Liberation on all international committees dealing with European reconstruction in which French interests may either immediately or ultimately be affected?
§ 18. Mr. Ivor Thomas
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is aware that the French Committee of National Liberation do not propose to recognise any policy for the post-war treatment of Germany in the formation of which they have not participated; and whether he has any plan whereby France may be associated with the discussions of such matters by the other Allies?
§ Mr. Law
I have noted the statement issued by the French Committee of National Liberation. It is the desire of His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom that representatives of the French Committee of National Liberation, as of the Allied Governments, shall be associated with all discussions relating to European reconstruction when this is appropriate.
§ Mr. Ralph Etherton
Will my right hon. Friend similarly consult representatives of Yugoslavia and Poland, when their interests are specifically under consideration?
§ Mr. Thomas
Will the right hon. Gentleman recognise that France has a very special interest in the treatment of Germany?