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DISCUSSION OF THE ANNEXATION.

I TION. VIENNA, MaTch 10. ", In reply to Austria's notification o. the Austro-Turkish arrangement, M. Isvolsky (Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs) declared his readiness in accordance with his circular to the Powers, to come to an understanding with the signatories to the Berlin Treaty for holding a conference regarding Austria's annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and other points on the programme. This has caused great umbrage in Vienna, whose policy aims at the restriction of the conference to the consideration of accomplished facts. Russia, with the support of Great Britain, and France, is now seeking a forcnular "* acceptable to Austria and Servia, with a view to ending the crisis, which continues to cause anxiety.

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DISCUSSION OF THE ANNEXATION. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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