HC Deb 29 October 1956 vol 558 c93W
77. Mr. A. Henderson

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will instruct Her Majesty's Government's representative on the Security Council to propose that a United Nations Commission of Inquiry be appointed to investigate the problem of border incidents in the Middle East.

Mr. Nutting

I do not consider such a commission is called for in view of the existence of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation, and of the special mandate given to the United Nations Secretary-General in the Security Council resolutions of 4th April and 4th June.

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