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Reference FCO 7/1832
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Record of conversation between Secretary of State W P Rogers, and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (1970)
Description A conversation between William P. Rogers and Anthony Royle covered the British presence in South East Asia, Cambodia/Laos, South Africa, Rhodesia, Persian Gulf, Middle East, Common Market negotiations, Greece, Japan, India, William P. Rogers says the US government dislikes the Colonels' regime in Greece and the possible damage to the NATO alliance, but it has given the country stability even if it is not democratic. Discussions about Japan and the Japanese attitude to trade which is similar to the EEC and is risking their interests. On India, Rogers said that he was delighted that Dinesh Singh had been removed from the Ministry of External Affairs.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region Europe, Africa, South Asia, East Asia
Countries Greece, India, Japan, South Africa, United States, United Kingdom, Zimbabwe, Laos, Japan, Cambodia
Places Africa; Asia; Britain; Cambodia; France; Germany; Greece; India; Iraq; Japan; Laos; Middle East; Pakistan; Persian Gulf; Rhodesia; South Africa; United Kingdom; United States of America
People Douglas-Home, Sir Alec; Green, Marshall; Nol, Lon; Royle, Anthony; Singh, Dinesh
Topics Arab; Arms; British Embassy; Common Market; Communist; Defence; Japanese; Lockheed; Ministry of Defence; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Textiles; Trade; troops; withdrawal
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