The Ambassador in Cuba (Caffery) to the Secretary of State
[Received 5:52 p.m.]
166. My telegram No. 161, February 17, 3 p.m. I have just had a further discussion on the commercial treaty revision with the Secretaries [Page 112] of State, Treasury, and Agriculture, and negotiations between the technical advisers will be commenced immediately and continue constantly. The Cuban technical advisers are Pedro Arango of the Department of Agriculture and Commerce, Roberto Netto of the Treasury, and Angel Solano of State Department.22
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- The American technical advisers were Albert F. Nufer, Commercial Attaché at Habana; Walter J. Donnelly, appointed Commercial Attaché at Habana, January 9, 1934; and Harry R. Turkel, of the Treaty Division, Department of State, assigned to the Embassy in Cuba, February-August, 1934.↩