§ 43. Mr. Younger
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the power station at Suiho, North Korea, had, to his knowledge, been attacked by United Nations Forces on any occasion prior to Monday, 23rd June, 1952; and on what date.
§ 44. Mr. Younger
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the two power stations at the Changwin reservoir and the two at Fusen, all in North Korea, supply power to any area outside Korea; and whether they have, to his knowledge, been attacked by United Nations Forces at any time since the armistice negotiations opened in the summer of 1951.
§ Mr. Selwyn Lloyd
I am informed that the bulk of the power produced by those stations is used in North Korea. A small proportion is thought to be transmitted to other areas.
The answer to the second part of the Question is "No, Sir."
§ Mr. Younger
Can the right hon. and learned Gentleman tell us, if not now perhaps tomorrow, whether that answer would apply also to the numerous other stations which have been attacked since this Question was put down?