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1220 INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OTHER THAN TREATIES [58 STAT. January 31, February 9, March 21, 31, 1944 Agreement between the United States of America and Peru renewing, [E.A. S.M] with an additionalarticle, the agreement of July 81, 1940 respecting a naval mission. Effected by exchanges of notes signed at Washington January 31, February 9, March 21 and 31, 1944; effective July 81, 1944. The PeruvianAmbassador to the Secretary of State PERUVIAN EMBASSY WASHINGTON 6, D.C. JANUARY 31, 1944. YoUR EXCELLENCY: In accordance with the provision of Article Three of the Agree- 4 Stat. 24. ment signed between the United States of America and Peru for the appointment of officers and enlisted men to constitute a Naval Mission in the Republic of Peru, I have the honor to inform Your Excellency that my Government desires that the said services be extended for an identical period as the actual Agreement in force, the renewal to com- mence upon the termination of the present Agreement on July 31, 1944. I will appreciate if Your Excellency would be kind enough to inform me if my Government's proposal is satisfactory to the Government of the United States. Please accept, Your Excellency, the renewed assurances of my high- est consideration. M. DE FREYRE. Y S. His Excellency, CORDELL HULL, Secretary of State. The Secretary of State to the Peruvian Ambassador DEPARTMENT OF STATE WASHINGTON February9, 1944 EXCELLENCY: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of Your Excellency's note of January 31, 1944, in which you conveyed the request of Your Government for renewal of the Agreement entered into on July 31, 4MStat. 234. 1940 between the Governments of Peru and the United States of America providing for the assignment of a United States Naval Mis- sion to Peru. I note that Your Excellency's Government desires to renew this Agreement for a period of four years, the renewal to commence upon