March 3, 1947 (20th Parliament, 3rd Session)

PC

Gordon Graydon

Progressive Conservative

Mr. GRAYDON:

Yes; but there is this new suggestion made by the minister with respect to having some procedure which will partly fit the situation between the Moscow meeting and the general conference. I do not think that was dealt with in the original memorandum.
Mr. ST. LAURENT: No. We did not go into the details, but there have been discussions between the deputies and the representatives

Peace Treaties
of the various allies. All those matters have been put out as suggestions of a way in which the allies might be appropriately associated at an early stage in the preparation of the actual draft of the treaties after the council of foreign ministers have themselves agreed on what will be the general lines of the settlement and before a conference is called to consider a complete draft.

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