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A/AC.21/UK/145
17 May 1948



17 May 1948



UNITED NATIONS PALESTINE COMMISSION

Communication Received from United Kingdom
Delegation Concerning Palestine Passports





The following communication, concerning the holding and use of Palestine Passports, has been received from Mr. Fletcher-Cooke of the United Kingdom Delegation.




UNITED KINGDOM DELEGATION TO THE UNITED NATIONS
Empire State Building, New York 1, N.Y.
CONFIDENTIAL
14th May, 1948

My dear Bunche,

You will remember that Federspiel, on behalf of the Commission, recently put forward, orally certain proposals as regards the future position of holding of Palestine Passports. These proposals were

2. These proposals were discussed with representatives of the Passport Control Office and the Consulate-General here and were then forwarded to His Majesty’s Government.

3. I have now received the views of His Majesty’s Government on these proposals and the position is as follows:-

4. I am sending copies of this letter to the Passport Control Officer and His Britannic Majesty’s Consul General here.

Yours sincerely,
J. Fletcher-Cooke (Signed)

Dr. Ralph J. Bunche,
Principal Secretary to the United Nations
Palestine Commission
United Nations, Lake Success


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