The Minister in Nicaragua (Long) to the Secretary of State

No. 901

Sir: I have the honor to refer to my telephone conversation with Mr. Smith of the Trade Agreements Section of March 15, 3 p.m.,13 with respect to my desire to make clear to the Nicaraguan Foreign Office the trade status between the two countries as a result of the exchange of the Notes of February 8, 1938, modifying the Trade Agreement.

I explained that I was anxious to let the Foreign Office have either an aide-mémoire or a memorandum and to receive a similar document in return covering the points of a discussion regarding the matter. It was suggested that a draft of such a document be submitted for the Department’s consideration, and a draft is enclosed herewith.14

I would sincerely appreciate a telegraphic reply at the Department’s earliest convenience.

Respectfully yours,

Boaz Long
  1. No memorandum of conversation has been found in Department files.
  2. Not printed.