Every one agrees as to the necessity of taking up international relations again after the war however it is impossible at present to decide exactly what kind of activity we are to undertake, and in what way we can recreate the several relations that were interrupted by the war.
For this reason preliminary action is necessary.
We must look for and find the most suitable means to enable us to work together.
It is to search for these means that an international Committee has been formed at Bern, the "Central Committee for the restoration of international relations".
This Committee consists of:
1) Members living in Switzerland.
2) Members living in foreign Countries.
The committee's first duty will be to collect the opinions of competent persons of all countries on the subject of taking up international relations once more.
All the work concerning the Committee's activity, as well as the administration of the office has been entrusted to members living in Switzerland.
Members residing in other countries are asked to get together opinions on the questions which interest this Committee.
With the object of making their task easier, the Committee will send all necessary circulars.
Answers received will be published in the Committee's paper, to appear soon, and will be sent free to any person who will ask for it at the Committee's office in BERN.