Greece and Constantinople.

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Near Eastern Question. – in the House of Commons on 31st July 1922.

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Photo of Colonel Ralph Glyn Colonel Ralph Glyn , Clackmannan and Eastern

(by Private Notice): I beg to ask the Prime Minister whether there is any official confirmation of the report that the Greek Government intend to advance upon Constantinople without obtaining the permission of the Allied Powers; whether the action of the Greek Government. has not been taken as a means to induce the Allies to come to some definite conclusion as regards the settlement of the Near Eastern question; whether the Prime Minister can make a statement as to the prospect of summoning all the signatories to the Treaty of Sevres to attend a Conference at an early date; and what prospect is there of the Inter-Allied Commission to inquire into massacres in Asia Minor commencing their inquiries forthwith?