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3144 PARCEL POST AGREEMENT-MALAYA. January 21, 19:J!'i . Maicli-2:!,103~: - Duration. 2. It shaH remain in force until one of the two contracting Post Offices has given notice to the other, six months in advance, of its intention to terminate it. Iusumnl'crestdetioll. Either Post Oflice may temporarily suspend the illsurance service in whole or in part, when there u,re speciu,l reasons for uoing so, or restrict it to certain offices; but on the conditions that previous anu opportune notice of such measure is given to the other Post Oflice, such notice to be given by the most rapid means if necessary. Signatures. 3. Done in duplicate and signed at Kuala Lumpur the 21st day of January, 1935 awl at 'Yashillgtull the 22ml day of )Iareh 19;~;). I SEAL] T. P. cO}~ JAMES .A FARLEY PosfIIW,<fkl'-Ccneral of the Culled States of A'lnerica. Aeting Director-General of Posts and Telegraphs, Malaya. Approval by tl", The foregoing Parcel Post Agreement between the United States President. of America and Malaya has been negotiated and concluded with Illy advice and consent, and is hereby approved and ratified. In testimony thereof I have caused the seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. [SEAL] FRA);KLIX D ROOSEVELT By the President: CORDELL HULL Secretary of State. ".Ai:lIIl~Gl'O!l; I April 11, 1935