No. 635
Editorial Note

On February 29, the British and French Ambassadors in Belgrade and United States Chargé Jacob Beam jointly submitted an aide-mémoire to the Yugoslav Government, which indicated that their governments had decided to make available to Yugoslavia an amount of $45 million as a final allocation of economic assistance for the 12 months ending June 30, 1952, in addition to the $75 million already allocated. Of the $45 million to be made available, the [Page 1268]United States was to furnish $29.25 million, the United Kingdom the equivalent of $10.35 million, and France the equivalent of $5.4 million. The text of the aide-mémoire was sent to Belgrade in telegram 855, February 28. (768.5/2–2852)