As for the French, they still trailed behind. July 14 during a parade on Bastille Day, Daladier came to Surits, who was the guest bleachers. "Are there any news from Moscow?" - He asked. No news, said Surits. "We should probably finish - said in turn Daladier, - the more so that now I do not see any serious differences" .89 Unfortunately, this was not true. Molotov was already fed up with the behavior of Halifax and Chamberlain. He wrote that he continued to have differences on the definition of "indirect" aggression and lamented that "our partners have resorted to all sorts of scams and unworthy subterfuges in this matter." They wanted to divide the political and military agreements, while our position is "that the military part is an integral part of the military and political agreement." Otherwise, all this political convention would simply "empty declaration".