United States Treaties and Other International Agreements

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Department of State, 1961 - Treaties
 

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Page 1941 - EXCELLENCY : I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of Your Excellency's Note Number 504655 of today's date which reads in translation as follows: Mr. Ambassador: "I have the honor to refer to the Provisional Arrangement on Civil Aviation which was concluded between the Government of Mexico and the Government of the United States
Page 1644 - as amended, and by such other arrangements as may be agreed upon. ARTICLE VII This Treaty does not affect and shall not be interpreted as affecting in any way the rights and obligations of the Parties under the
Page 2196 - NOTE VERBALE The Ministry of Foreign Affairs presents its compliments to the United States Embassy in Japan and, referring to paragraph 5 of Article XVIII of the Agreement [*] under Article VI of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America, [ 2
Page 2110 - d. make, consistent with its political and economic stability, the full contribution permitted by its manpower, resources, facilities, and general economic condition to the development and maintenance of its own defensive strength and the defensive strength of the free world; e. take all reasonable measures consistent with subparagraph (d) of this Article which may be needed to develop its
Page 1767 - of Your Excellency's Note of today's date, which reads as follows: "I have the honor to refer to the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States of America and Japan signed today. It is the under-standing of the Government of the United States
Page 1399 - mutual agreement. If the Governments are unable, within a period of three months, to agree upon such selection, the arbitrator shall be one who may be designated by the President of the International Court of Justice at the request of either Government: (d). That if the Government of the United States of
Page 2175 - of the Act will be made to United States business firms and branches, subsidiaries, or affiliates of such firms in Ceylon for business development and trade expansion in Ceylon and to United States firms and Ceylon firms for the establishment of facilities for aiding in the utilization, distribution, or
Page 1496 - to all funds allocated to or derived from the Program of Technical Cooperation, that such funds shall not be subject to garnishment, attachment, seizure or other legal process by any person, firm, agency, corporation, organization or government, when the Government of the United States of
Page 2334 - (g) The Association may by regulation establish a procedure whereby the Executive Directors may obtain a. vote of the Governors on a specific question without calling a meeting of the Board of Governors. (h) The Board of Governors, and the Executive Directors to the extent authorized, may adopt such rules and regulations as may
Page 2048 - made under appropriate safeguards against radiation hazards while in transit. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned, duly authorized, have signed this Agreement. DONE at Washington, in duplicate, this eighth day of June, 1960. FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: J. GRAHAM PARSONS JOHN A McCoNE FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA: MOEKARTO.

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