HC Deb 14 March 1945 vol 409 cc225-6
50. Mr. Price

asked the Prime Minister whether, in his recent discussions with the leaders of the Greek Government, the question of the annexation by Greece of any part of Southern Albania was raised; and what advice he gave the Greek Government on this matter.

The Prime Minister

No, Sir. The question of Southern Albania was not discussed.

Mr. Price

Can my right hon. Friend give an assurance that if the question of the extension of Greece to Southern Albania is raised, he will advise against it?

The Prime Minister

I think all territorial questions ought to be considered at the Peace Conference and settled there, because no settlement in one part of Europe can effectively be made without relation to the entire map. But there are, as is known, cases which fall outside that category.