The Ambassador in Uruguay ( Dawson ) to the Secretary of State
[Received June 8—9:30 a.m.]
325. Montevideo Mañana carries report its special correspondent quoting Perón as stating that Argentina has not slightest prejudice or resentment which could affect its relations with Uruguay and that its foreign policy can be summarized in following formula: first Argentina; second neighboring countries, third nations of Latin America; and fourth other countries, and that his Government has directed that wheat be furnished Uruguay at prices and conditions prevailing in Argentina, delivery to be made without intermediaries and between official organisms.61
Repeated Buenos Aires.
- In telegram 331, June 12, 1946, the Ambassador reported an exchange of notes between Argentina and Uruguay providing for the sale by the former of 50,000 tons of wheat to the latter (833.61311/7–2946).↩