The Chargé in Lithuania (Sussdorff) to the Secretary of State
[Received December 6.]
Sir: Referring to the Department’s telegram No. 64, of November 10, 8 p.m., 1928, concerning the question of certificates of origin under the revised Lithuanian customs regulations, I have the honor to report that the Legation promptly took up the matter with the American Consul in Kovno, Mr. Fullerton, by telephone, in the sense of the Department’s telegram. On November 17, I transmitted to Mr. Fullerton a copy of the Legation’s despatch No. 5439, of July 10, 1928, concerning customs regulations and certificates of origin in Latvia.6
In this connection, I now have the honor to transmit copies of two communications, dated November 13 and 21, 1928, from the American Consul at Kovno, setting forth the substance of his conversations with Lithuanian officials concerning the question of certificates of origin in Lithuania.
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