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Friday, 26 July 1946


Mr DRAKEFORD (MARIBYRNONG, VICTORIA) (Minister for Air) - The Parliament will he asked to ratify it. It is largely a formality and there is nothing controversial about it. However, the Parlia ment will be asked to give a decision. Montreal, Canada, was selected as the permanent seat of the organization. Provisional International Civil Aviation Organization is now firmly set on a sound foundation, ready to delete the word " provisional " from its title. I cannot conclude this report without expressing my deep appreciation of the work of every member of the delegation which I had the honour to lead. This work has enhanced the Commonwealth's already high reputation in the field of international civil aviation. My object in making the report has been to inform honorable members of what has been done so far. When subjects related to international civil aviation are introduced in this House in future, honorable members will be in a position to debate them intelligently.







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