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Thursday, 4 April 1957

Mr CASEY - I have not seen a report of the statements to which the honorable gentleman refers. I recognize his interest in the subject, springing from his own distinguished incumbency of the post in Washington. I have not seen such a report, but 1 shall investigate the matter. I doubt whether our ambassador in Washington would have said anything in regard to the United Nations that was markedly at variance with what I myself have said in this House on behalf of the Government. I shall, however, assure myself on the point, although I have every confidence that our ambassador in Washington holds views that are entirely consistent with the views of the Government and myself on this subject.

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