The Chargé in El Salvador (Fisher) to the Secretary of State
[Received July 24.]
Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the Department’s instruction No. 127, dated July 6, 1935,12 and to report that the draft of the General Provisions which the United States desires to have incorporated in the proposed Trade Agreement with El Salvador was presented to the Salvadoran Government today, together with the aide-mémoire enclosed with the Department’s instruction.
At the same time I handed to the Subsecretary for Foreign Affairs the Spanish translation of the General Provisions which was received from the Department, taking care to explain that the translation is informal and unofficial and furnished solely for the convenience of the Government of El Salvador.
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