Foreign News: Russian Recognition

The French Government declared that it would not recognize the Soviet Government de jure until the following three conditions were fulfilled:

1) The Soviets must recognize Russia's pre-War debts, which were not, for the major part, contracted in France.

2) Russia must restore French citizens' property and goods from which they were dispossessed in Russia or else grant them just indemnities.

3) Russia must refrain from all revolutionary propaganda in France.


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