§ 68. Mr. Swingler
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs on what conditions Her Majesty's Government is prepared to resume discussions with the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the subject of the reunification of Germany.
§ 69. Mr. Swingler
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he has considered M. Molotov's official statement of 6th October on the subject of proposals for free, all-German elections; and if he will communicate with the Soviet Government on the possibilities of renewed talks on this subject.
§ 79. Mr. Harold Davies
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, in view of the fact that the recent Soviet proposals on free all-German elections and disarmament represent an advance towards mutual understanding and meet some of the demands made by the Western Powers on 10th September this year, whether he will now take steps to bring about a resumption of four-Power talks on Germany.
§ Sir A. Eden
The views of Her Majesty's Government are set out in their Note to the Soviet Government of 10th September.
Since these Questions were put down, a reply to that Note has been received from the Soviet Government. It is being studied in consultation with our allies.216W
§ 82. Mr. Benn
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether Her Majesty's Government will insist as a precondition to the formation of an all-German Government following free elections that that new Government shall accept the commitments assumed and undertakings given by the Federal German Government at the London Conference.