The Minister in Albania (Hart) to the Secretary of State
[Received January 11, 1926.]
Sir: Engagements made by the Albanian state as the conditions upon which recognition was granted by the American Government [Page 513]on July 28, 1922,28 have at last been removed from the field of controversy, as I had the honor to report in my telegram No. 63 of December 14, 8 p.m.29 By a unanimous vote both houses of parliament have approved these conventions in substantially the form set forth in the note of Djafer Ypi, president of the Council of Ministers, to Maxwell Blake, American Commissioner, under date of June 25, 1922.
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Included herewith are copies of the measure as approved and of the report of the Minister for Foreign Affairs.
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