Editorial Note

On April 12, 1947, in Moscow, during the Fourth Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers (March 10–April 24), Edvard Kardelj, Vice President of Yugoslavia and head of the Yugoslav Delegation at the Council of Foreign Ministers, accompanied by Yugoslav Foreign Minister Stanoje Simić, called upon the Secretary of State. In the course of the conversation, which was largely given over to a consideration of the proposed Austrian Peace Treaty, Vice President [Page 787] Kardelj did touch on the wish of his government to improve relations with the United States. For the record of the conversation, see volume II, page 328.