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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1934. The American Republics
(1934)

Costa Rica,   pp. 86-92 PDF (2.3 MB)


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appropriate to inquire as a matter of courtesy whether the Costa Rican
Government desires a similar announcement to be made with respect
to that country.
  Please rush reply.
                                                            MOORE
611.1831/25: Telegram
    The Minister in Costa Rica (Sack) to the Secretary of State
                               SAN JOSE, September 6, 1934-9 p. m.
                                   [Received September 7-10 a. m.]
  48. Referring to Department's telegram No. 35, September 4,6 p. m.,
Foreign Minister in note dated today says that:
  "I am pleased to confirm to you what I had the honor to state in
my personal letter of the 21st of July last, that is to say, that my Gov-
ernment has no objection to opportunely initiating conversations with
that of the United States for the negotiation of a new commercial
agreement."
  Copy and translation of personal letter referred to form enclosures
to my despatch No. 345 of July 23rd.9 Following receipt of note late
today the Foreign Minister called at the Legation to personally assure
me that he and his Government are anxious to negotiate treaty which
will be of maximum advantage to both nations.
  Foreign Minister also states his Government is agreeable to public
notice being given of intention to negotiate new agreement.
                                                             SACK
61 1.1831/27a: Telegram
The Acting Secretary of State to the Minister in Costa Rica (Sack)
                           WASHINGTON, September 10, 1934-8 p.m.
  37. Public notice of intention to negotiate a foreign trade agreement
with Costa Rica was given September 7.10 Please inform Minister for
Foreign Affairs.
                                                          PHILLIPS
611.1831/29: Telegram
    The Minister in Costa Rica (Sack) to the Secretary of State
                              SAN JOSi', September 29, 1934-3 p. m.
                                             [Received 5: 52 p. m.]
  50. Department's telegram No. 58, September 28, 6 p. m., to
Managua."1 Minister for Foreign Affairs assures me that legislative
  Not printed.
  "For text of public notice and statistics on trade between the United
States and
Costa Rica, issued by the Department of State on September 7, 1934, see Depart-
ment of State, Pre8s Releases, September 8, 1934, pp. 164-166.
1 Post, p. 520.
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COSTA RICA


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