Report by the Subcommittee on
Cooperation in Solving Immediate European Economic
[ Babelsberg ,] July 25, 1945.
Report of the Conclusions Reached by the Sub Committee Created To Consider the United States Proposal on “Cooperation in Solving Immediate European Economic Problems”
- After a discussion of the functions and purposes of the Emergency Economic Committee for Europe and the European Coal Organization, the Soviet representatives agreed to review the documents concerning these organizations in order to decide the Soviet position regarding participation in them. The U. K. and U. S. Governments are already members of these organizations.
- The U. K. and U. S. representatives informed the Soviet representatives of their desire to reconvene the European Inland Transport Conference2 and stated that they would welcome assurance that the Soviet Government would participate in the work of the reconvened Conference. The Soviet representative subsequently informed the U. K. and U. S. representatives that the Soviet Government would participate in this conference.
- Submitted to the Ninth Meeting of the Foreign Ministers, July 27. See ante, p. 435. An English translation of the Russian text of this paper, which contains variations of language and word order from the document here printed, is attached as enclosure 3 to the Rapporteur’s report of that meeting. See ante, p. 447.↩
- See Participation of the United States Government in International Conferences, July 1, 1941–June 30, 1945 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1947; Department of State publication No. 2665), p. 138.↩