The Japanese Ambassador (Debuchi) to the Acting Secretary of State

No. 100

Sir: With reference to my note No. 26, dated February 6, 1933,78 I have the honor to inform you that the Japanese Government have been much pleased with the courtesy and hospitality which the Government and people of the United States have been good enough to extend to the Japanese Training Squadron which is leaving Honolulu today, the last port of call.

I may further inform you that the Squadron has been given the most cordial co-operation by the naval officers of the United States at each port of call, which has greatly expedited its activities.

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I wish to take this opportunity to express to you the sincere thanks of my Government for the above manifestation of good will and courtesy toward the Squadron.

Accept [etc.]

K. Debuchi
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