The debate on this subject during the last General Assembly was adjourned sine die.
Her Majesty's Government are about to consult a number of Governments who have supported our proposal in order to determine what the next steps should be. I tike this opportunity to pay tri- bute to the present work of the David Davies Memorial Institute for International Studies in this field, the results of which we hope will help us to further this British initiative.
Would my hon. Friend continue to enlist the aid of all other countries and whatever agencies he can find to promote this highly desirable line of policy? Would he not agree that it is highly regrettable that the Opposition should continue to exercise their prejudice against the peace-making efforts of the United Nations, as they have shown us today, particularly over the question of Aden?