The American Delegate to the Chaco Peace Conference ( Braden ) to the Secretary of State
[Received January 30.]
Sir: I have the honor to refer to my telegram No. 8 of January 21, 8 p.m.,2 reporting (1) the adoption on that date by the Chaco Peace Conference of a resolution recommending that Bolivia and Paraguay agree on the maintenance of the security measures contained in the Protocol of June 12, 1935,3 take steps for the return of all prisoners of war and renew diplomatic relations, (2) the signature by the representatives of Bolivia and Paraguay of a Protocolized Act putting into effect the Conference recommendations, and (3) the exchange between the Chairmen of the Bolivian and Paraguayan delegations of identic notes in regard to the submission of the Protocolized Act to their respective Congresses for legislative approval.
Copies, in Spanish text and English translation, of these three documents, as adopted and signed, are enclosed.
- Not printed.↩
- See telegram No. 71, June 9, 1935, noon, from the Ambassador in Argentina, Foreign Relations, 1935, vol. iv, p. 73.↩
- Translation supplied from The Chaco Peace Conference, p. 82.↩
- Translation supplied from ibid., p. 83.↩
- Signatures do not appear on the file copy; supplied from The Chaco Peace Conference, p. 85.↩
- File translation revised by the editors.↩