§ 26. Mr. Bramall
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs when it is anticipated that the Parliamentary Council sitting in Bonn will be informed of the terms of the Occupation Statute for Western Germany.
The Parliamentary Council in Bonn will have the opportunity of discussing the terms of the Occupation Statute as soon as a final version of the Statute has been agreed upon by the Governments of the United Kingdom, France and the United States.
§ Mr. Bramall
Can my right hon. Friend give some indication when these discussions between the Powers concerned will result in an Occupation Statute, the lack of which is holding up the whole discussions at Bonn?
The conversations are going along satisfactorily and it is hoped that very soon the three Powers will be in a position to offer an agreed version to Bonn.