The Ambassador in Mexico (Daniels) to the Secretary of State

No. 1046

Sir: With reference to the Department’s telegram No. 10 of January 26, 1934, concerning the negotiations for a reciprocal tariff agreement [Page 386] between the United States and Mexico, wherein was expressed the desirability of having the discussions relating to such agreement take place in Washington, I have the honor to enclose herewith the copy of an informal note in the premises which I addressed to the Minister for Foreign Affairs on January 27, 1934,3 and the copy, together with its translation, of an informal note in reply which Doctor Puig addressed to me today.3 From the latter, the Department will note that the Mexican Government is most favorably inclined to pursuing the discussions in Washington, and that the Mexican Embassy at Washington will be prepared in the near future to initiate these discussions at a time convenient for the Government of the United States.

Respectfully yours,

Josephus Daniels
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