The Ambassador in Spain (Moore) to the Secretary of State

No. 145

Sir: With reference to the Department’s unnumbered Instruction of October 17th last,47 regarding the modification of the terms of the existing embargo on the shipment of arms and munitions of war to China, and directing me to ask whether the Spanish Government would instruct its representative at Peking of its approval of the amended draft resolution and the interpretative note, and of its readiness to give its formal assent thereto upon there being substantial unanimity of action among the Powers represented at Peking, I have the honor to report that I have been informed by the Foreign Office, in a Note dated November 20th, that the Spanish Minister at Peking has already been instructed in that sense.

I have [etc.]

Alexander P. Moore
  1. See footnote 45, p. 614.↩