On February 2, 1952, representatives of the Governments of the United States and Pakistan signed an agreement in Karachi, supplementing the original Point Four Agreement of February 9, 1951, increasing the United States contribution to the technical and economic development of Pakistan under the Point Four Program. The agreement was transmitted to the Department of State as an enclosure to Karachi despatch 1031, February 13, 1952. (890D.00 TA/2–1352) An agreement listing the specific projects to be covered by the supplementary agreement was signed in New York on June 30, 1952. For documentation on the original Point Four Program, see Foreign Relations, 1951, volume VI, Part 2, pages 2203 ff. Information on the 1952 agreements is in the Department of State Bulletin, February 25, 1952, pages 296–297; ibid., July 14, 1952, page 63; and Department of State files 890D.00 TA and 511.90D3. The text of the agreement is printed in United States Treaties and Other International Agreements (UST), volume 3 (pt. 3), page 3767.