1920: Britain, Italy, and Japan recognize Soviet Russia

1920: Britain, Italy, and Japan recognize Soviet Russia
Credit …International Herald Tribune

(Via telephone) London, Sunday. – The Peace Conference is facing four important topics this week to discuss this conference, of which Russia’s question is not the least important. M. returned to London this evening. When Millerand is due to attend the conference tomorrow, he will face an agreement between Great Britain, Italy and Japan to recognize the Soviet government. As a result of recent reports from Soviet Russia, and the internal political existence of London, Rome and Tokyo, representatives of the three capitals went as far as possible last week to inaugurate their new policy, Emerald is awaiting a return.

However, M Millerand has always been kept informed, as everyone realizes that the feelings of the French people and the French government are the same as others about Soviet Russia.

Even as America did, Britain was forced to withdraw from Russia with a loss; Mr. Lloyd George is being pressured regularly by the growing power of the Soviet Labor Party; Although Italy faces the need to terminate its radicals; And when Japan wants to exploit Russia’s proximity, diplomats from these countries realize that France has millions of Russian ties that have become worthless by the Russian Revolution. They realize that they cannot get away with this loss without showing enough returns for them.

M. Millerand will face two issues:

First: After the collapse of the Archange Front and the invasion of Deniken and Kolchak, the Moscow government almost completely controlled the old Russian empire, excluding new states.

Second: The evidence continues to be submitted before the Penn Conference to show that Lenin, Trotsky, and their friends are undergoing an inevitable process of degradation.

Third: The developments in trade negotiations with the cooperatives indicate that the independence of trade with Russia may be the solution to Europe’s economic problems. Europe can receive raw materials from Russia without the barrier of expensive tariffs, which are met with trade with the United States of America.

Mr O’Gregory, who has just returned from his talks with Litvinoff, is reported to have been absent and provided the final argument for recognition. He said that the current Russian government is now fully capable of internal control. Even if it is possible, he declared that the present government is ready to repay the debt of all the old Russia, except those who are contracted with the nationalization project.

Mr O’Grady’s assertion that the Soviet government will not conduct any war on Bolshevism and its acceptance among the nations is generally accepted.

M. of Roumania. Voida Vovod is arriving tonight. One report that can complicate the Hungarian situation is to discover the details of a plot under the proposal of the Hungarian throne. The Romanian Crown Prince, the Hungarian Royalists, is trying to launch a coup in Transylvania, trying to separate the province from Romania and annex it to Hungary. According to the report, the Crown’s proposal was rejected and the plot was shaken.

– New York Herald, European Edition, February 23, 1920 1920

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