The Acting Secretary of State to the Belgian Chargé (D’Hermalle)27
The Acting Secretary of State informs the Belgian Chargé d’Affaires that the following procedure has been arranged between this Government and the Mexican authorities for the resumption of formal diplomatic relations between the United States and Mexico.
- The following statement will be released in Washington and Mexico
City for publication on Friday, August 31, at noon Washington time:
“The Government of the United States and the Government of Mexico in view of the reports and recommendations that their respective commissioners submitted as a result of the American-Mexican conferences held at the City of Mexico from May 14, 1923, to August 15, 1923, have resolved to renew diplomatic relations between them, and therefore, pending the appointment of ambassadors, they are taking the necessary steps to accredit, formally, their respective Chargés d’Affaires.”
- The Government of the United States will formally accredit a Chargé d’Affaires to the Government of Mexico, and the Government of Mexico will formally accredit a Chargé d’Affaires to the Government of the United States at noon on Monday, September 3.
- The General Claims Convention negotiated by the American-Mexican Commission which recently completed its conferences in Mexico City will be signed at Washington on September 7 next by the duly accredited plenipotentiaries of the United States and Mexico, and the Special Claims Convention negotiated by that commission will be similarly signed at Mexico City on the same date.
- The same, mutatis mutandis, to the Cuban, French, British, and Polish diplomatic representatives in Washington (file nos. 711.1211/174b, c, d, f).↩