AUSTRIA: International Police

Though attended by Greeks and Italians, French and Germans, Little Entente partisans and Hungarians, the International Police Conference at Vienna was reported to be distinguished by "extraordinary unanimity."

The conference introduced a motion asking for an international agreement to exempt police from passport formalities.

It was also brought forward that police attaches should be accredited to all Governments as a first step in the organization of an international police force.


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