74. Instruction From the Department of State to All Diplomatic Posts in Latin America 1
- Policy Information Statement (ARA–305); President’s Trip to Latin America, February–March, 1960
The enclosed Policy Information Statement is forwarded to the Post for use as outlined in Foreign Service Circular No. 49, November 18, 19532 and is also being transmitted to USIA and other interested agencies in Washington for their information and guidance. You are requested to make it available to appropriate officers of USIS and other interested U.S. agencies assigned to your Post.
Instructions regarding USIS treatment of this subject will be issued, as required, by USIA Washington.
- Source: Department of State, Conference Files: Lot 64 D 559, CD 1607. Confidential. Drafted by James A. McNamara of the Bureau of Inter-American Affairs and approved by Philip H. Burris. Also sent to Guayaquil, Maracaibo, Porto Alegre, Puerto La Cruz, Recife, Salvador, São Paulo, and Munich.↩
- In Foreign Service Circular No. 49, November 18, 1953, the Department of State defined its substantive relationships with the U.S. Information Agency and distributed this information to all Foreign Service posts. A copy of this circular is filed in the Records Management and Research Division of the Bureau of Personnel’s Office of Management.↩
- See the editorial note, supra .↩
- President Kubitschek visited the United States as Brazil’s President-elect, January 4–10, 1955.↩
- See Documents 109 ff.↩
- General Juan Domingo Perón ruled Argentina from June 4, 1946, until September 19, 1955.↩