Memorandum by Mr. Philip W. Bonsai of the Division of the American Republics23
[Washington,] June 22, 1940.
At ten a.m. today replies had been received from all twenty of the other American republics expressing agreement with the principle of a consultative meeting; only Brazil and Bolivia have not yet accepted Habana as the meeting place.
Sentiment regarding the opening date of the meeting appears to be crystallizing around the week beginning July 15.
- Addressed to the Chief of the Division of the American Republics (Duggan) and to the Under Secretary of State (Welles).↩