Memorandum by the Secretary of State of a Conversation with the Brazilian Appointed Ambassador (De Alencar)
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2. The Secretary stated to the Brazilian Ambassador that this Government would appreciate the transmission to the Council of the League of Nations, through Mr. Da Gama, the Brazilian Ambassador at London, of a suggestion that the Council of the League of Nations do not take cognizance at the present time of the Tacna–Arica dispute which Bolivia is reported to have referred to the League of Nations.
The Brazilian Ambassador agreed to transmit this suggestion promptly.