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TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS Telecommunication Oonvention, General Radio Regulations, and Final December9,1932. Radio Protocol between the United State8 oj America and other power8. Signed at Madrid, December 9,1932; ratification advised by the Senate oj the United State8, May 1, 1934; ratified by the President, May 19, 1934; ratification oj the United States deposited at Madrid, June 12, 1934; proclaimed, June 27,1934. By THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS an International Telecommunication Convention, Gen- co~::~!~r:~ I:~:' eral Radio Regulations annexed thereto, and a Final Radio Protocol )it14:58, 19 November 2014 (UTC)nljaVfnar1~: between the United States of America. and other governments were dio Protocol. concluded and signed by their respective Plenipotentiaries at the International Radio Conference at Madrid on the ninth day of ('on\'ention; POO, p.2393. December one thousand nine hundred and thirty-two which con- <?en~ral Radio Regu. , , JatlOn~. Po8t, p. 244.~. vention General Radio Regulations and Final Radio Protocol as Final Radio Proto- , , , col; Post, p. 2653. edited by the International Bureau of the Telegraph Union at Bern, in accordance with resolutions adopted by the said International Radio Conference, are in the French language word for word as follows: 2391