The Secretary of State to the President of the Federal Telegraph Company (R. P. Schwerin)

Sir: Replying to the letter of March 28,31 in which you requested an indication of the views of the Department of State with respect to the carrying out of the project for the construction and operation of wireless stations in China in pursuance of your contract of January 8, 1921, with the Chinese Government, in view of the exceptions to that contract taken by the Governments of Great Britain, of Japan, and of Denmark, I have to advise you that the Department perceives no objection to your proceeding to carry out the conditions of the contract above cited, and is prepared to lend all proper diplomatic support thereto.

I am [etc]

For the Secretary of State:
Henry P. Fletcher

Under Secretary
  1. Ante, p. 421.