Editorial Note

On January 6, 1948, at Washington, Major General Donald H. Connolly, the Foreign Liquidation Commissioner, and Vassili C. Dendramis, [Page 8] the Greek Ambassador, entered into an agreement under which the United States extended to Greece a further line of credit for the purchase of up to $25,000,000 worth of United States surplus property; for text, see United Nations Treaty Series, volume 184, page 258.

This agreement was the fifth involving sales of surplus property to Greece. For information on the four agreements entered into in 1946 and 1947, which extended credits to Greece totaling $55,000,000, see footnotes 26 and 96, Foreign Relations, 1946, volume VII, pages 175 and 232; and editorial note, ibid., 1947, volume V, page 171.