Executive Agreement Series No. 38


The German Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Von Bülow) to the American Ambassador in Germany (Sackett) 87

II F 1269, I

Mr. Ambassador: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of Your Excellency’s two communications of May 27—Nos. 797 and 79888—and to state that the text given therein of the Arrangements between Germany and the United States of America governing air traffic and the reciprocal acceptance of certificates of airworthiness for aircraft imported from the other country as merchandise, meets with the approval of the German Government. There is agreement in opinion that the two Arrangements shall go into effect on June 1, 1932.

I avail myself [etc.]

B. W. von Bülow
  1. Transmitted to the Department by the Ambassador as an enclosure to his despatch No. 1764, May 31, 1932; received June 14.
  2. For No. 798 and the arrangement relating to certificates of airworthiness for imported aircraft, see pp. 349 ff.