– in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 17th January 1945.
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asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether there are any foreign correspondents with the Soviet armies.
So far as I am aware, there are no foreign correspondents permanently accredited to the Soviet armies.
Can the right hon. Gentleman give any reason for that, as all the American and British Armies have correspondents? Has permission for correspondents been refused by the Soviet Government?
My hon. and gallant Friend will realise that it is not for me to say what reasons the Soviet Government may have for not having correspondents with their Armies.
Can my right hon. Friend tell us whether the "Daily Worker" has a correspondent with the Soviet Army?
If not, why not?
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