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" To designate without delay Special Ambassadors with sufficient powers to seek the prompt elimination of the causes of conflict between the two countries, without limitations or preconditions of any kind. "
U.S. Policy Toward Panama, 1903-present: Questions of Recognition and ... - Page 11
1974 - 12 pages
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Background Notes

United States. Department of State. Office of Media Services - Area studies - 1973
...reestablishment of relations in April 1964 the two Governments agreed to appoint Special Ambassadors with sufficient powers to seek the prompt elimination...the causes of conflict between the two countries. ECONOMY Negotiations began shortly thereafter, and in June 1967 the United States and Panamanian negotiators...
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International Organization and Conference Series: new series]., Issues 67-70

United States. Dept. of State - Congresses and conventions - 1966
...agreed: "l. To re-establish diplomatic relations. "2. To designate without delay Special Ambassadors with sufficient powers to seek the prompt elimination...without limitations or preconditions of any kind. "3. That therefore, the Ambassadors designated will begin immediately the necessary procedures with...
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Lyndon B. Johnson: Containing the Public Messages, Speeches, and ..., Volume 1

United States. President (1963-1969 : Johnson) - Presidents - 1965
...provides that we will reestablish diplomatic relations, we will immediately appoint special ambassadors with sufficient powers to seek the prompt elimination...without limitations or preconditions of any kind. I have already talked to the distinguished President of Panama and informed him that the United States...
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American Foreign Policy, Current Documents

United States - 1967
...see tvpra. 1. To re-establish diplomatic relations. 2. To designate without delay Special Ambassadors with sufficient powers to seek the prompt elimination...without limitations or preconditions of any kind. 3. That therefore, the Ambassadors designated will begin immediately the necessary procedures with...
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U.S. Aid Operations in Latin America Under the Alliance for Progress ...

United States. Congress. House. Government Operations - 1969 - 878 pages
...reestablishment of relations in April 1964, the two governments agreed to appoint special ambassadors with sufficient powers to seek the prompt elimination of the causes of the conflict between the two countries. Then on December 18, 1964, President Johnson announced the...
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Rhodesia and United STates Foreign Policy, Hearings Before the Subcommittee ...

United States. Congress. House. Foreign Affairs - 1969 - 320 pages
...declaration providing for the immediate resumption of diplomatic relations and the adoption of procedures for "the prompt elimination of the causes of conflict between the two countries." For the texts of the joint declaration and President Johnson's statement, see New York Times, April...
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Rhodesia and United States Foreign Policy: Hearings, Ninety-first Congress ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Africa - United States - 1969 - 320 pages
...declaration providing for the immediate resumption of diplomatic relations and the adoption of procedures for "the prompt elimination of the causes of conflict between the two countries." For the texts of the joint declaration and President Johnson's statement, see New York Times, April...
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The Element of Negotiation in the Pacific Settlement of Disputes Between ...

P. J. I. M. de Waart - Political Science - 1974 - 229 pages
...led to a joint declaration by the disputants that they would appoint special ambassadors with full powers "to seek the prompt elimination of the causes...without limitations or pre-conditions of any kind." Finally, the long drawn-out conflict between Honduras and Nicaragua on the establishment of their common...
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Digest of United States Practice in International Law

International law
...Panama agreed to reestablish diplomatic relations and to designate without delay Special Ambassadors "with sufficient powers to seek the prompt elimination...without limitations or preconditions of any kind." For the full text, see the Dept. of State Bulletin, Vol. L, No. 1296, Apr. 27, 1964, p. 656. 8 Ports...
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A New Panama Canal Treaty--a Latin American Imperative: Report of a Study ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations, Lee Herbert Hamilton - Panama - 1976 - 48 pages
...States in which they agreed to reestablish diplomatic relations and to designate Special Ambassadors to seek the prompt elimination of the causes of conflict between the two countries. (Diplomatic relations were established and the ambassadors appointed on April 4, 1964. ) February 4,...
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