§ Mr. Speaker
I have to inform the House that I have received two telegrams addressed to this House. The first one which I will read out is from Dr. Grillo, President of the Congress of Costa Rica. It says:In the name of the Congress of Costa Rica I express supreme satisfaction at the cessation of hostilities and desire the continuation in the future of the unalterable relations between our two peoples, who were united during the world war in a common destiny.Respectfully,Dr. R. A. GRILLO,President of the Congress,Costa Rica.The second one is from the President of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. It reads:Mr. Speaker, the House of Commons, London.I have the honour to request your Excellency to be good enough to acquaint the House of Commons with the following Motion which the National Grand Assembly of Turkey has voted unanimously during its sitting on 15th August, 1945: —'On the occasion of the unconditional surrender of Japan it is with great joy that we have learnt the news of the unconditional surrender of Japan and the end of the war which during many years has ravaged the world and cost the lives of millions of human beings. We feel a profound admiration for those who have heroically sacrificed their lives in the struggle against the aggressors, and we sincerely share the great sorrow of their families. Our admiration is boundless for those who in order to arrive at this end have given brilliant proof of the powers of humanity in different fields of action.'(Signed) ABDUL ALIK RENDA,President of the Grand NationalAssembly of Turkey.I have to inform the House that in reply, I have seat suitable answers.