462.00 R 296/2420: Telegram

The Secretary of State to the Chargé in France (Armour)

369. Reparation 64. Your Reparation 117, October 16, 1 p.m. You may appropriately inform the Greek Delegation and the General Secretary that this Government sees no occasion for designating an American representative to participate in consideration of the matter presented by the Greek Delegation in its letter to the Reparation Commission of August 8, 1928;41 only in case the Government of Greece and the Allied Governments concerned agree upon some arrangement that would involve some question affecting the rights [Page 894]accorded to the Government of the United States under the terms of the Agreement of January 14, 1925, would it be necessary for the Government of the United States to interest itself in the matter.

Kellogg
  1. On Nov. 6, 1928, the Embassy in France reported that the Reparation Commission and the Greek Delegation had been informed of the position of the Government of the United States. (462.00 R 296/2468)