ITALY: Foreign Policy

Mussolini made a number of important statements concerning fascista foreign policy.

Concerning the resumption of the Lausanne Conference, he remarked that Italy was at one with the other Allies in the desire to make a final settlement with Turkey.

He declared that he had advised Count Skrzynski, Polish Foreign Minister, that a fuller measure of autonomy was necessary to Eastern Galicia than was contemplated in the decision of the Council of Ambassadors (reference the award of Eastern Galicia to Poland).

Referring to a visit by Dr. Seipel, Austrian Chancellor, he said that Dr....

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