The Diplomatic Agent and Consul General at Tangier ( Blake ) to the Secretary of State
[Received March 16.]
Sir: I have the honor to enclose herewith the French text, and English translation, of a communication which I have received from the Belgian Consul-General containing a proposal that direct official contact be established between the American Consular Court at Tangier and the Mixed Court, created under the provisions of the Tangier Convention of 18th, December 1923.2 Identical communications have also been received from the Consuls General of Spain, of Great Britain, of France and of Holland in Tangier.
I also transmit to the Department herewith a copy of my reply to each of the notes above mentioned.
My communications to my colleagues set forth my personal opinion in regard to this matter, but I venture to trust that the position, which I have taken, may be found to be in accordance with the views of the Department on the subject.
I have [etc.]
- French text and English translation printed in Great Britain, Cmd. 2096, Morocco No. 1 (1924): Convention Regarding the Organisation of the Statute of the Tangier Zone, Signed at Paris, December 18, 1923; also in League of Nations Treaty Series, vol. xxviii, p. 541.↩