HC Deb 22 November 1955 vol 546 c91W
48. Mr. Palmer

asked the Prime Minister if he will now make a statement on the purpose and results of the private conference on atomic energy attended by official representatives of the United States of America, France, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Canada, Czechoslovakia and the United Kingdom at Geneva in August, following the United Nations conference in the same city on the same subject.

The Prime Minister

The discussions referred to were concerned with certain technical aspects of the problem of safeguarding fissile material against diversion from peaceful uses. A useful exchange of technical ideas took place and the problems will be further studied by the Governments represented at the conference.