§ 114. Mr. Osborne
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he will make a statement on the Report of the Economic Commission for Europe to the Economic and Social Council, resulting from the recent Conference at Geneva; and what undertaking was given at that Conference respecting additional trade between the United Kingdom and the countries of Eastern Europe.212W
§ Mr. Ernest Davies
The Report of the Economic Commission for Europe to the Economic and Social Council is divided into five Sections. The first deals with general points. The second summarises the work done by the constituent Committees of E.C.E. during the past year. The third contains a brief record of the discussions during the last Session of the Commission. The fourth contains the resolutions adopted by the last Session of the Commission, and the fifth is a draft resolution to be submitted to the Economic and Social Council requesting them to take note of the report and to recommend the allocation of funds for implementing the Commission's decisions.
As regards the second part of the Question, no undertaking was given at the Conference about additional trade between the United Kingdom and the countries of Eastern Europe.