No. 9 NAI DT S4754/1
Dublin, 18 May 1926
Imperial Conference, 1926
It was decided:-
|(a)||That suggestions for additions to the Agenda of the coming Imperial Conference should be prepared.|
|(b)||That the offer of the British Government to act as host to the Dominion Delegations to the Imperial Conference should not be accepted as far as Saorstát Éireann is concerned.|
The Minister for External Affairs will submit at the next Meeting of the Executive Council recommendations for the appointment of a sub-committee of the Cabinet to make the necessary preparations for the Conference in question.
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