815.00/3527: Telegram

The Secretary of State to the Chargé in Honduras (Dennis)

9. Your No. 11, January 21, 8 a.m. You may make public the following statement;

“The Government of the United States is gratified that it has been possible to reach a solution of the problem of establishing in Honduras a constitutional government with which the Government of the United States and those of the other Central American republics can maintain cordial relations without inconsistency with the provisions of the General Treaty of Peace and Amity signed at the Washington conference of 1923.5 The Government of the United States contemplates [Page 317] with pleasure the resumption of formal relations with the Government of Honduras upon the inauguration on February 1st of the new constitutional authorities.”

  1. See Conference on Central American Affairs, Washington, December 4, 1922–February 7, 1923 (Washington, Government Printing Office, 1923), p. 287.