The Ambassador in Nicaragua (Warren) to the Secretary of State
[Received April 5—9:12 a.m.]
A–116. I saw President Somoza at El Genízaro this morning. I conveyed to him all the information contained in the Department’s telegram no. 91 of March 25, 7 p.m., sent in reply to my Airgram A–88 of March 15, 1946.34
The President now understands the Department’s reply regarding Purposes 1 and 2.
He is satisfied with the reply on Purposes 3 and 4.
Purpose 5 he will reconsider after the audit of the accounts of the Inter-American Highway and the Kama Road.
He will know shortly where he stands with respect to Purpose 6 when the audit of the highway accounts just mentioned has been completed.
I am inclined to think the President will use Ambassador Sevilla to find an appropriate means of meeting the needs covered by Purposes 1 and 2.
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