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with Ambassador Q.
1- At the request of theeeting was heldLoddy's offloe. The Ambassador raised the question as towo are morally bound to assist^ rocuring asof theperiod, be stated thstT ^hadthat wc hadoral obligation. The AiiBanoadorbe brought to Washington for the
periodugust to1 to explain thia matter in order to make It possible to do something about it.
pointed out that we hadimilarfmn C nd that ve had aaksd him to advise usthe detaiio otory of the situation as he knew it.
reply toquestion, Mr. Leddy aaidDepartment policy remaxnea iirra In not giving or aiding f"
to procure aircraft. Incidentally, tho aircraft aontionod1
tt.adviaod tho Ambassador and Mr. Leddy that he
would, ineeks time, make available to Kr. Leddy the find-inga so that the Departnont might be prepared to discuss the natter fully with the Ambassador on hie return.
5. The Ambassador was rcoet complimontary of thiswith regard to PBSUCCESS and waa high In his Draise . He said he was oatiafiod that
C. etiYitieelar ^had not been sucn as toprocu.se nin or roqulre rds Lraeciata withcrawal.
being taken by Headquarters r
a)hoing requested to cable
summary ol piano sibuatlonj original Headquarters' Instructions had calledouch. Action czOriginal document.