Executive Agreement Series No. 39
The German Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Von Bülow) to the American Ambassador in Germany (Sackett) 81
Mr. Ambassador: I have the honor to communicate to Your Excellency herewith the text of the arrangement between Germany and the United States of America governing the acceptance by the one country of certificates of airworthiness for aircraft imported from the other country as merchandise, as it was arrived at in the negotiations between the Embassy of the United States of America and the Foreign Office. It reads:
Arrangement between Germany and the United States of America Providing for the Acceptance by the one Country of Certificates of Airworthiness tor Aircraft Imported from the other Country as Merchandise.
[Here follows the German text of the arrangement, articles 1 to 4, inclusive, which is the equivalent of the English text communicated by the American Ambassador in his note of May 27, 1932, printed supra.]
I would be grateful if Your Excellency would inform me whether the text of the arrangement in the above form meets with the approval of your Government. If so, I venture to assume concurrence that the arrangement shall go into effect on June 1, 1932.
I avail myself [etc.]
- Transmitted to the Department by the Ambassador as an enclosure to his despatch No. 1764, May 31, 1932; received June 14.↩