The American Ambassador in the United Kingdom ( Winant ) to the Belgian Minister for Foreign A fairs ( Spaak )3
Sir: I have pleasure in acknowledging receipt of your letter of today’s date in which you communicated to me the text of a Memorandum of Agreement setting out certain arrangements which have been agreed on the subject of uranium and thorium ores as the result of discussions between representatives of the Belgian Government and of the Governments of the United States of America and of the United Kingdom.
In reply I have pleasure in informing you that the Governments of the United States of America and of the United Kingdom approve the arrangements proposed in the Memorandum of Agreement annexed to your letter and agree that our present exchange of letters shall constitute an Agreement between the three Governments with effect from today’s date.
Please accept [etc.]
- Copy obtained from the Department of Defense; an identical letter, except for a reversal of the order in which the United States and the United Kingdom are named, was sent on the same date by Sir John Anderson to Mr. Spaak.↩