Premier Count Stephen Bethlen of Hungary announced in the National
Assembly that the Government, influenced by the great Powers who were
one by one recognizing Russia, had decided to conclude a treaty of amity
and commerce with the autocrats of Moscow. There would be no military
provisions in the treaty, said he.
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