The Minister in Poland (Stetson) to the Secretary of State
[Received June 16.]
Sir: Adverting to the Department’s telegraphic Instruction No. 29 of April 17, 7 P.M.,1 relative to American indirect shipments into Poland, I now have the honor to transmit herewith a memorandum of a conversation between myself and Mr. Allen on the one hand, and Mr. Kwiatkowski, Minister of Industry and Commerce, and Mr. Dolezal, Vice Minister, on the other. The Department will find the memorandum in question self-explanatory.
I shall have the honor to keep the Department informed of the results of any future conversations which I may have with Mr. Kwiatkowski on the subject.
I have [etc.]
- Not printed.↩
August 31, 1925, the Department submitted to the Polish Legation
a draft commercial treaty similar to the treaty between the
United States and Germany signed December 8, 1923,
Foreign Relations, 1923, vol. ii, p. 29. The records of the intermittent negotiations following the submission of the draft are not printed.↩