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Document · 1933.01.23
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Further to the Japanese Government's proposals concerning important changes in the original text agreed to by the Committee of Nineteen in December, the Committee failed to propose an acceptable procedure to both parties, China and Japan, for settling their dispute; three points: the participation of the United States and the USSR in negotiating a settlement, the acceptance by Japan of the Lytton report and the non recognition of Manchukuo were regarded by the Committee of Nineteen as essential, the Committee then discussed the procedure, form and substance of the report.