HC Deb 19 February 1951 vol 484 cc883-4
51. Mr. Thomas Reid

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what States have contributed to the United Nations organisation's fund for the rehabilitation of Korea; and how much cash has been contributed or promised.

The Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Younger)

The following States have offered contributions: Australia, Canada, Egypt, Guatemala, Indonesia, The Netherlands, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Syria, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Venezuela. Individual offers of cash amount to 204 million dollars. Several of the larger pledges are, however, dependent on the offer of adequate contributions by other participants.

Mr. T. Reid

Have Communist-controlled countries contributed nothing?

Mr. Younger

I think that is quite correct.