HL Deb 25 May 1937 vol 105 cc199-200

My Lords, I have to inform you that I have received two telegrams, one from the Belgian Senate and the other from the Yugoslav Senate, which I desire to bring to the notice of your Lordships. The telegram from the Belgian Senate is in the French language and the translation of it is as follows: On the occasion of the Coronation of His Majesty King George VI, the Belgian Senate associates itself with the happiness of the British people on this memorable day, and it sends its best wishes to the House of Lords and wishes His Majesty a glorious reign in peace and prosperity with the assistance of the Parliament of a great friendly nation. That is signed by M. Romain Moyersoen, the President of the Belgian Senate.

I have received also a telegram from the Yugoslav Senate in the following words: In the name of the Yugoslav Senate I have the honour to congratulate you on the occasion of Their British Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth's Coronation with sincere wishes for a long and happy reign. That is signed by Dr. Zelitir Mazuranic, the President of the Loyal Yugoslav Senate. I have caused suitable answers to be sent.