The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in Peru (Poindexter)
Washington, June 19, 1926—noon.
54. Your No. 66, June 18, 9 a.m. The Department agrees that under the circumstances it would be inexpedient to take further action before the Peruvian Congress convenes. At that time bring the matter up again in an endeavor to obtain favorable action. Should a suitable opportunity present itself in the meantime you should, at your own discretion, express discreetly the hope that upon the convening of Congress the treaty will be promptly ratified.