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56 STAT.] YUGOSLAVIA-MILITARY SERVICEMar. 31, May 14, 1942 1 June 25, Sept. 30, 1942 1919 receipt from you of a note stating that your government desires to participate in it and agrees to the stipulations set forth in lettered paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) above. Accept, Sir, the renewed assurances of my highest consideration. SUMNER WELLES Acting Secretary of State The Honorable CON6TANTIN FOTITCH, Minister of Yugoslavia. The Yugoslav Minister to the Under Secretary of State ROYAL YUGOSLAV LEGATION WASHINGTON, D. C . Pov. No. 399 MAY 14, 1942. MR. SECRETARY: I have the honor to refer to your note of March 31, 1942 and to inform you that my Government shares entirely the view of the United States Government, and agrees to the stipulations set forth in the paragraphs of your letter a, b, and c, concerning the recruiting of Yugoslav citizens residing in the United States. Accept, Mr. Secretary, the assurances of my highest consideration. CONST. FOTITCH The Honorable Mr. SUMNER WELLES, The Under Secretary of State, Department of State, Washington, D. C. The Secretary of State to the Yugoslav Minister The Secretary of State presents his compliments to the Honorable the Minister of Yugoslavia and refers to the Minister's note no. 399 of May 14, 1942, stating that the Yugoslav Government agrees to the stipulations set forth in the paragraphs lettered as a, b, and c in the Department's note of March 31, concerning the recruiting of Yugoslav citizens residing in the United States. This information was duly communicated to the Director of the Selective Service System who has informed the Department that Major S. G . Parker, at the National Headquarters of the Selective Service System, will be available to discuss related problems with officials of the Yugoslav Government at their convenience. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, Washington, June 25, 1942