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56 STAT.] PARAGUAY-EXCHANGE OF PUBLICATIONS-NOV. 26, 28, 1942 The American Ambassador to the ParaguayanMinister of Foreign Relations No. 75 AsUNCI6N, November 28, 1942. EXCELLENCY: I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of Your Excellency's Note D.C.C.P. No. 620 setting forth the provisions of the Bilateral Con- vention for the Exchange of Official Publications which has been con- cluded between Paraguay and the United States of America, effective August 5, 1942. In reply I take great pleasure in stating that the terms of the Con- vention, as set forth in Your Excellency's Note, as well as the List of Paraguayan Publications attached thereto, are acceptable to my Government. Confirming the text of the Convention as set forth in the Note under reference, the exchange of official publications between the Gov- ernment of the United States of America and the Government of Paraguay will be effected in accordance with the following provisions: 1) The official exchange offices for the transmission of the publications shall be, on the part of the United States of America, the Smithsonian Institution; and on the part of Paraguay, the Department of Congresses, Conferences and Propaganda of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 2) The publications exchanged shall be received on behalf of the United States of America by the Library of Congress; and on behalf of Paraguay by the Library Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 3) The Government of the United States of America shall fur- nish regularly one copy of each of the publications in- cluded in the attached List No. 1. [7] 4) The Government of Paraguay shall furnish regularly one copy of each of the official publications included in the attached List No. 2. 18] 5) Each party to the agreement shall bear the postal, railway, steamship, and other charges arising in its own country. 6) Both parties express their willingness as far as possible to expedite shipments. 7) Both parties agree to enlarge, without need of subsequent negotiations, their respective Lists to include whatever new publications may appear in the future. 8) This agreement shall not be understood to modify any agree- ment concerning the exchange of official publications which may be in effect between departments or instrumentalities of the two Governments. ' [See p. 1872.] ' [For list furnished by the Government of Paraguay, see p. 1874.] 1871