The Ambassador in Peru (Poindexter) to the Secretary of State

No. 92

Sir: I have the honor to refer to the Department’s unnumbered instruction of October 17, 1923,49 relative to the modification of the terms of the existing embargo on the shipment of arms and munitions of war to China, and to state that in a note dated November 26th, last, the Minister of Foreign Affairs informed me that the Peruvian Government was entirely in accord with the action taken by the United States Government in the premises; and that the Peruvian representative at Pekin was being instructed to approve the terms of the embargo and the interpretative note.

I have [etc.]

Miles Poindexter
  1. See footnote 45, p. 614.↩