No. 152 NAI DT S10389

Press communiqué following the return of the Irish Delegation from London

Dublin, 13 March 1938


Following the return of the Irish delegation from London this morning, a meeting of the Government was held in Merrion Street at 11.30 a.m., all the members being present1. The Taoiseach and the other Ministers who had been in London reported on the stage which has now been reached in the negotiations with representatives of the British Government. The discussion which followed lasted until 2.15 p.m. The Government will meet again tomorrow (Monday) at 11 a.m.

[initialled] MOM2

1 See document 151.

2 Handwritten footnote by Maurice Moynihan: 'Telephoned above communiqué to Mr. Shán O Cuiv at 2.40 p.m. for issue to the Press 13/3/38'. Shán O Cuiv was Director of the Government Information Bureau (1934-40).

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