The International Conferences of American States, 1889-1928: A Collection of the Conventions, Recommendations, Resolutions, Reports, and Motions Adopted by the First Six International Conferences of the American States, and Documents Relating to the Organization of the Conferences

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ORGANIZATION OF THE CONFERENCE

INVITATION TO THE CONFERENCE
THE CHARGÉ D'AFFAIRES AD INTERIM OF CUBA IN WASHINGTON TO THE
SECRETARY OF STATE, MR. FRANK B. KELLOGG1

EMBASSY OF CUBA,
Washington, D. C., December 17, 1926.

EXCELLENCY: The Fifth American International Conference held at Santiago, capital of the Republic of Chile, in 1923, resolved to name Habana, capital of the Republic of Cuba, for the place where the Sixth American International Conference shall meet, and the Cuban Government with the approval of the Pan American Union, has decided to open the said conference on the sixteenth of January, 1928.

In the name of the Government of Cuba I have the honor to invite the Government of the United States to be represented at the Sixth American International Conference and to say that my Government is greatly interested in having Your Excellency's Government send its delegates to the said conference, which, by virtue of its great labors which it is to carry out, will prove a substantial tie and strong foundation for genuine American brotherhood.

The program of the Sixth American International Conference will be directly delivered by the Pan American Union to Your Excellency's Government as soon as it is finally approved.

My Government would be grateful if the Government, in the event of accepting the invitation, would kindly let it know as soon as possible the names and number of its delegates.

I avail myself of the opportunity, etc.

JOSÉ BARON,
Chargé d'Affaires ad interim.


PROGRAM OF THE SIXTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
OF AMERICAN STATES2

I
PAN AMERICAN UNION

Organization of the Pan American Union on the basis of a convention prepared by the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, in accordance

____________________
1
MS. Department of State.
2
Program and Regulations of the Sixth International Conference of American States to assemble at Habana, Cuba, January 16, 1928; Adopted by the Governing Board of the Pan American Union ( United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1927).

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