Congo (British Subjects)

Oral Answers to Questions — United Nations – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 14th December 1964.

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Photo of Mr Anthony Fell Mr Anthony Fell , Yarmouth 12:00 am, 14th December 1964

asked the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs what representations to the Congo Prime Minister, Mr. Tshombe, concerning the safety of British subjects in the Congo were made by Her Majesty's Government whilst he was in Paris.

Photo of Mr Peter Blaker Mr Peter Blaker , Blackpool South

asked the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs if he will make a further statement about the safety of British subjects in the Congo.

Photo of Mr Richard Glyn Mr Richard Glyn , North Dorset

asked the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs whether he will convey to the rebel leaders in the Congo the offer of a substantial reward, in cash or cattle, for each hostage of British or Commonwealth nationality returned unharmed within the next three weeks.

Photo of Mr George Thomson Mr George Thomson , Dundee East

As the Answer is long, I will, with permission, answer these Questions at the end of Questions.