HC Deb 20 March 1952 vol 497 c221W
59. Mr. C. I. Orr-Ewing

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what sums of money have been lent to Yugoslavia since 1945 by this country and by international agencies of which this country is a member; and what is the value of arms similarly supplied to Yugoslavia.

Sir A. Salter

The United Kingdom have lent£17 million and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development$30.7 million. Yugoslavia has exercised drawing rights of$9 million against the International Monetary Fund. The value of arms supplied by the United Kingdom is£3 million.