Foreign News: Toward Russia

In reply to Senator de Monzie who wished to know if France could not now resume commercial relations with Sovietland, Premier Poincaré said that France's attitude to Russia was the same as that of the U.S.

He asseverated that he would not jeopardize the interests of French citizens for the sake of winning advantages which some firms might derive from trading with Russia.

He had, he said, only asked Russia to recognize the usual principles regulating the relations between nations, and until she agreed to pay her debts and indemnify French investors for their losses, he...

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