§ 46. Mr. Granville
asked the Prime Minister, which Allied Nations are represented upon the European Advisory Commission; whether the scope of its work has been widened as a result of the decisions taken at the Teheran Conference; and whether frequent meetings have been held.
§ The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Eden)
The European Advisory Commission is composed of representatives of the Governments of the United States, of the Soviet Union and of the United Kingdom. As stated in the communiqué issued after the Moscow Conference when the Commission was established, its object is to ensure the closest co-operation between the three Governments in the examination of European questions arising as the war develops. The scope of the Commission is thus sufficiently wide and there was no need to extend it as a result of decisions taken at the Teheran Conference. The Commission is hard at work upon questions referred to it by the three Governments and meets as frequently as its work requires.
§ Mr. Granville
Can my right hon. Friend say whether the scope of this 667 Commission will be wide enough to deal with such post-war questions as the future of Finland and Rumania?