The Minister in Poland (Stetson) to the Secretary of State
[Received December 11.]
Sir: Adverting to the Legation’s previous correspondence with the Department relative to the question of indirect trade between the United States and Poland, I now have the honor to transmit herewith copy of a memorandum which was delivered by Mr. Biega, of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to Mr. Werlich, of this Legation, under date of October 31 , 1928.
The memorandum in question includes a decision of the Economic Council of Ministers relative to the policy to be adopted by the Polish Government in the negotiations for a commercial treaty with the United States.
I have been advised by Count Potocki, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, that the decision of the Economic Council of Ministers has already been communicated to Mr. Ciechanowski, the Polish Minister in Washington, for his information and for his guidance in any negotiations that may take place in Washington between representatives of the Polish and the American Governments, with a view to concluding a commercial treaty.
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