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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1919
(1919)

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ITALY
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND ITALY EXTEND-
ING THE DURATION OF THE ARBITRATION CONVENTION OF
MARCH 28, 1908
711.6512/27
The Italian Embassy to the Department of State
The Arbitration Convention of March 28, 1908 between Italy and
the United States was renewed, by an Agreement between the two
countries signed on May 28, 1913,2 for a period of five years.
The Royal Italian Government, in view of the fact that the said
period will expire on January 22nd, 1919, would be pleased to renew
the Convention again for the duration of five years.
WASHINGTON, December 18, 1918.
711.6512/27
The Department of State to the Italian Embassy
The Department of State acknowledges the receipt of the Royal
Italian Embassy's communication of December 18, in which it in-
forms the Department that the Italian Government would be pleased
to renew for another period of five years the arbitration conven-
tion concluded between them on March 28, 1908. The Department
of State encloses herewith the English text of an agreement 3 renew-
ing said convention for a further period of five years, from Jan-
uary 22, 1919, and would be pleased to receive from the Royal Italian
Embassy the Italian text equivalent thereto.
WASHINGTON, January 15, 1919.
Treaty Series No. 645
Agreement between the United States of Arnerioa and Italy, Signed
at Washington, March 20, 1919 4
The Government of the United States of America and the Govern-
ment of His Majesty the King of Italy, being desirous of extending
1For text of convention, see Foreign Relations, 1909, p. 385.
2Ibid., 1914, p. 388.
8 See infra.
4In English and Italian; Italian text not printed. Ratification advised by
the Senate, July 17, 1919; ratified by the President, July 29; ratified by
Italy,
Aug. 18; ratifications exchanged at Washington, Oct. 13; proclaimed Oct.
15.
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