The French Embassy to the Department of State
By an aide-mémoire dated August 9 last,1 the Department of State was so good as to transmit to the French Embassy a study made by its legal services concerning the method of implementing an arrangement which might be concluded between Italy and Yugoslavia respecting Trieste.
This study was received with much interest by the French Minister of Foreign Affairs.2 He, for his part, is having the question studied by his legal adviser.
The Embassy has the honor to transmit herewith to the Department of State a note summarizing briefly the conclusions of the study which has been made at Paris.
It would be happy to learn the observations to which this document may give rise on the part of the American authorities.