No. 91 NAI DFA 7/22

Telegram from Seán T. O'Ceallaigh (Ottawa) to Eamon de Valera (Dublin) sent by Joseph P. Walshe (Ottawa) to Department of External Affairs (Dublin)

Ottawa, 20 July 1932

Thank you for your cable conveying approval requested for views expressed to you by telephone Monday night. Have succeeded in securing an innocuous message at opening meeting. Expressions of goodwill in press increasing. General attitude of delegations towards us apparently friendly. Canadians particularly friendly.


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