The Ambassador in Peru ( Dearing ) to the Secretary of State
[Received January 5, 1937.]
Sir: I have the honor to refer to the Department’s instruction No. 939 of October 31, 1936,20 transmitting a copy of a memorandum presented by the Peruvian Minister for Foreign Affairs to the Department of State,21 respecting commerce between the United States and Peru, more particularly in regard to the sugar quota granted to Peru by our Government.
I also have the honor to refer to the Embassy’s despatches Nos. 485020 and 4865 of December 12 and 21, 1936, respectively.
In accordance with the Department’s instructions, and in view of the fact that the Conference at Buenos Aires has now been brought to an end, I have the honor to inform the Department that the contents of its memorandum has been communicated mutatis mutandis to the Peruvian Minister for Foreign Affairs in reply to the memorandum presented to this Embassy.