§ 64. Mr. Donnelly
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he will make representations to Turkey regarding the Turkish Government's policy of incitement in Cyprus.
§ 65. Mr. F. Noel-Baker
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs what representations he has made to the 84W Turkish Government regarding its incitement of the Turks of Cyprus to violence and civil war.
As my right hon. Friend the Colonial Secretary informed the hon. Member for Swindon (Mr. F. Noel-Baker) yesterday, Her Majesty's Government have recently made strong representations to the Turkish Government about recent broadcasts and newspaper articles. They have urged the Turkish Government to use their influence on the side of moderation and restraint and to prevent inflammatory statements.
§ 66 and 67. Mr. F. Noel-Baker
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (1) if he will instruct the British delegate at the United Nations to raise in the Security Council the threat to peace caused by Turkish intervention in Cyprus;
(2) if he will consult the Government of the United States of America with a view to joint action in the face of Turkish intervention in Cyprus.
The answer to the first Question is "No." Her Majesty's Government are keeping in close touch with the United States Government over the Cyprus question.