HC Deb 05 February 1957 vol 564 c39W
90. Mr. J. Eden

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations what further representations have been made by the Minister of State in the Security Council against Mr. Nehru's actions in seizing part of Kashmir.

Mr. Alport

The United Kingdom spokesman at the proceedings of the Security Council on Kashmir has been not the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs but the Permanent Representative at the United Nations, Sir Pierson Dixon. Since the meetings on 16th, 23rd and 24th January, to which I referred in answer to the hon. Member for Blackley (Mr. E. Johnson) on 31st January, there has been a further meeting on 30th January, at which the Pakistani representative replied to the Indian representative's speech of the previous week. The Council adjourned without fixing a day for its next meeting on Kashmir.

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