HC Deb 08 June 1967 vol 747 cc254-5W
Q8. Mr. Molloy

asked the Prime Minister if he will seek to arrange a meeting on Vietnam with himself, Chairman Mao Tse-tung and President Johnson.

The Prime Minister

No. As the House knows, we are engaged in unceasing and strenuous efforts to promote peace in Vietnam. However, I see no prospect at present of convening the meeting which my hon. Friend has in mind.