No. 52 NAI DFA 227/87
London, 1 May 1937
Dear Mr. Hemming, I am writing with reference to your letter of the 5th instant, No. E.A.C./7362, to inform you that the Government of the Irish Free State would favour the extension of the Non-Intervention Agreement in such a way as to secure the co-operation of non-European countries.
(Signed) J.W. Dulanty
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