HC Deb 14 June 1965 vol 714 c12W
49. Sir P. Agnew

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs if he will make representations to the Government of the United Arab Republic to cease forthwith the practice under which South Arabian terrorists trained by Egyptian officers are offered monetary rewards for each British Service man or civilian they can kill.

Mr. George Thomson

Representations have been made to the United Arab Republic authorities on a number of occasions this year about their sponsorship of terrorist activities in South Arabia, which have included the killing of British, and Arab, soldiers and civilians.