SIR, —`BBC broadcasts in Russian' (my italics) 'and other East European
languages are much more ap- preciated than any others because of their objective and balanced information and comment and their strict avoidance of propaganda'—the Belgian Senator
de la Vallee Poussin, Chairman of the Central and East European Commission of the European Move- ment, at a press conference at Grosvenor House, July 1.
Against that judgment, we have the repeated statement of Pharos. The Belgian Senator does at least speak with the knowledge of the Belgian Government delegation in Moscow in the last week of October last year, when Moscow students were copying out BBC Russian broadcasts and sticking them up on Moscow university notice boards.— Yours faithfully,