Britain Permits Remittances to Refugees in Russia Despite Currency Regulations
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Britain Permits Remittances to Refugees in Russia Despite Currency Regulations

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The British government will allow persons in England to send remittances to Lithuanian and Polish relatives who are now refugees in the Soviet Union, within the existing currency regulations, it was announced today by the Polish-Jewish Refugee Fund here.

As a result of negotiations between the Fund and the British authorities, anyone in England wishing to send money to relatives in Russia may register at the Fund offices and the necessary arrangements will be made.

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