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1503 56 STAT.] U. S. S. R . -MUTUAL WAR AID -JUNE 11, 1942 EXCHANGE OF NOTES The Secretary of State to the Ambassador of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics DEPARTMENT OF STATE WASHINGTON, EXCELLENCY: June 11, 192. In connection with the signature on this date of the Agreement between our two Governments on the Principles Applying to Mutual Aid in the Prosecution of the War Against Aggression, I have the honor to confirm our understanding that this Agreement replaces and renders inoperative the two prior arrangements on the same subject between our two Governments, the most recent of which was expressed in the exchange of communications between the President and Mr. Stalin dated respectively February 13, February 20, and February 23, 1942. Accept, Excellency, the renewed assurances of my highest con- sideration. CORDELL HULL Secretary of State His Excellency of the United States of America MAXIM LITVINOFF, Ambassador of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The Ambassador of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to the Secretary of State EMBASSY OF THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS WASHINGTON, D. C . JUNE 11, 1942 EXCELLENCY: In connection with the signature on this date of the Agreement between our two Governments on the Principles Applying to Mutual Aid in the Prosecution of the War Against Aggression, I have the honor to confirm our understanding that this Agreement replaces and renders inoperative the two prior arrangements on the same subject between our two Governments, the most recent of which was expressed in the exchange of communications between the President and Mr. Stalin dated respectively February 13, February 20, and February 23, 1942. Accept, Excellency, the renewed assurances of my highest con- sideration. MAXIM LITVINOFF Ambassador of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in Washington His Excellency CORDELL HULL Secretary of State of the United States of America Washington, D. C.