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56 STAT.] PANAMA-EXCHANGE OF PUBLICATIONS Nov. 27 1941 Mar. 7, 1942 2. The publications exchanged shall be received in the name of the United States of America by the Library of Congress and on the part of Panama by the Ministry of Foreign Relations. 3. The Government of the United States of America shall furnish regularly one copy of each of the publications included on the attached list no. 1.[1] This list shall be extended to in- clude, without the necessity of subsequent negotiations, any other important new publication which may be initiated by any United States agency in the future. 4. The Government of Panama shall furnish regularly one copy of each of the official publications included on the attached list no. 2,[ 2] as well as any other publication which may be issued currently at the expense of the Government. 5. Each party to the agreement shall pay the postal, railway, steamship, and other charges which may arise in its own country. 6. Both parties express their willingness to expedite shipment so far as possible. 7. This agreement shall not be interpreted as modifying any agreements concerning the exchange of official publications which may be in force between departments or offices of the two Governments. Accordingly, it is a pleasure for me to inform Your Excellency that my Government considers the foregoing agreement concluded and in effect from November 27, 1941. I avail myself of the opportunity to renew to Your Excellency the assurances of my highest and most distinguished consideration. OCTAVIO FABREGA Minister of ForeignRelations His Excellency EDWIN C. WILSON, Ambassador Extraordinaryand Plenipotentiary of the United States of America, City. 1 [For list as furnished by the Government of the United States of America, see p. 1448]. ' [See p. 1450.]