The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Cuba ( Crowder )
124. Your despatch No. 1227, November 3, 1925. You may, in your discretion, reply formally to note from Minister of Foreign Affairs as follows:
“My Government has instructed me to inform your Excellency that it regrets that it was unable to complete the examination of the counter proposals made by the Cuban Government in time to meet the desire of your Excellency to sign the Convention before the present session of the Cuban Congress convened.
I am, moreover, authorized to inform your Excellency that the Department of State will endeavor to expedite the consideration which is being given to the Cuban counter draft and to place its views in regard to the Cuban proposals in my hands at an early date for communication to your Excellency.”