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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1929
(1929)

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                          HUNGARY
TREATIES OF ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION BETWEEN THE
   UNITED STATES AND HUNGARY, SIGNED JANUARY 26, 19291
Treaty Series No. 797
Arbitration Treaty Between the United States of America and
       Hungary, Signed at Washington, January 26, 1929 2
  The President of the United States of America and His Serene High-
ness the Regent of the Kingdom of Hungary
  Determined to prevent so far as in their power lies any interrup-
tion in the peaceful relations now happily existing between the two
nations;
  Desirous of reaffirming their adherence to the policy of submitting
to impartial decision all justiciable controversies that may arise
between them; and
  Eager by their example not only to demonstrate their condemnation
of war as an instrument of national policy in their mutual relations,
but also to hasten the time when the perfection of international ar-
rangements for the pacific settlement of international disputes shall
have eliminated forever the possibility of war among any of the
Powers of the world;
  Have decided to conclude a new treaty of arbitration enlarging
the scope and obligations of the arbitration convention which was
signed at Washington, January 15, 1909, but is not now in force, and
for that purpose they have appointed as their respective Plenipo-
tentiaries:
  The President of the United States of America: Mr. Frank B.
Kellogg, Secretary of State of the United States of America; and
  His Serene Highness the Regent of the Kingdom of Hungary:
Count Laszlo Szechenyi, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plen-
ipotentiary of Hungary to the United States of America;
1 Drafts for these treaties were submitted to the Hungarian Legation, March
23,
1928, and were accepted without change.
  'In English and Hungarian; Hungarian text not printed. Ratification advised
by the Senate, February 18 (legislative day of February 15), 1929; ratified
by the
President, February 28, 1929; ratified by Hungary, July 6, 1929; ratifications
exchanged at Washington, July 24, 1929; proclaimed by the President, July
24, 1929.
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