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London Sees Atmosphere Favorable to Parley on Refugees

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The altered international situation was hailed today in circles connected with the intergovernmental refugee Committee as creating an atmosphere favorable to negotiations with the german government on the refugee situation.

It was understood that the Rublee bureau is already communicating with leading members of the committee, stressing the possibilities of action furnished by the new situation. for the present, the committee has no meeting scheduled and it is still too early to state when George Rublee, American director of the bureau, is proceeding to Berlin for direct negotiations on the question of permitting emigrants to take with them a portion of their capital.

Circles connected with refugee work enthusiastically greeted the letter by Senator Henri Berenger to French Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet.

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