The Secretary of State to the Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Bingham )3
Washington , September 25, 1935—5 p.m.
265. As occasion presents itself, please express to the British authorities, and to Burgin, British representative on the Economic Committee of the League of Nations Assembly, gratification at the resolution on international trade policy and related matters submitted to the Assembly. You may add that the large measure of agreement on these principles that now appears to exist between the governments of so many important countries should make it possible to make these principles effective without too great delay.
- The same message, mutatis mutandis, was sent to the Embassy in France as Department’s No. 383, for communication “to the French authorities and to Bonnet, Minister of Finance [Commerce and Industry]”.↩