File No. 861.00/474

The President of the United States to the President of the Russian National Council Assembly 1


I venture to take the liberty to send to the members of the great council now meeting in Moscow the cordial greetings of their friends, the people of the United States, to express their confidence in the ultimate triumph of ideals of democracy and self-government against all enemies within and without, and to give their renewed assurance of every material and moral assistance they can extend to the Government of Russia in the promotion of the common cause in which the two nations are unselfishly united.

Woodrow Wilson
  1. Generally known as the Moscow conference. This telegram was transmitted through the Embassy in Russia.