Your UN.961. 
1. I have been extremely concerned over several matters before the
Assembly. Parliament has been in session and unless the Delegation
kept carefully to its instructions great embarrassment might have
2. With regard to the telegram to which you refer concerning the
veto the facts stated there were correct and based on the
Delegation's reports. The final success which was achieved by the
Delegation and your UN.957  paragraph 2 reporting on your
action on instructions bears out the contention that at these
conferences it is the delegation which stands fast to its
instructions and outlasts all others in the fight which wins
eventually. I know that these conferences require the utmost
exertion on the part of all members of the Delegation. The
Delegation has overall achieved most of its objects in spite of
the tactics and manoeuvres of the Soviet bloc and the unreliable
support of some of the nations on whom we should count. The
Delegation has depended however on instructions to know how far it
should go in pressing Australia's views and as in the case of the
veto such instructions have proved to be necessary and justified.
3. My telegram was addressed to you personally, and should not
have been distributed. Your comment is quite uncalled for.
However, I should like to speak to you on phone.