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58 STAT.] VENEZUELA-HEALTH AND SANITATION PROGRAM-JUNE 28, 1944 1449 Aprovecho esta ocasi6n para reiterar a Vuestra Excelencia las seguridades de mi mas alta consideraci6n. C PARRA PEREZ Al Excelentisimo Sefior FRANK P. CORrIGAN, EmbajadorExtraordinarioy Plenipotenciariode los Estados Unidos de America. Presente.- Translation by the Department of State of the Foregoing Note UNITED STATES OF VENEZUELA MINISTRY FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL POLICY Section of Inter-Amerioan Affairs No. 1 .776 CARACAS, June 28, 1944. MR. AMBASSADOR: Authorized by my Government, I have the honor to confirm in this note, as a result of the conversations between Your Excellency and the undersigned and between the Minister of Health and Social As- sistance and the Vice President of the Institute of Inter-American Affairs of the Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs in the United States of America, that it has been agreed between the Governments of Venezuela and the United States of America to ex- tend for a period of thirty months, counting from July 1 next, the cooperative program of health and sanitation which is now being carried out by the Oficina Cooperativa Interamericana de Salud Pi- blica, in conformity with the stipulations of the notes exchanged be- tween Your Excellency and the undersigned on February 18, 1943. 5stat.11 The said extension shall be effected subject to the following stipula- tions: First: The funds furnished in accordance with the present agree- ment shall be invested in projects for the control of malaria and in any others that, by mutual agreement, may be decided upon by the Minister of Health and Social Assistance or his representative and the Chief of the Regional Commission of the Institute of Inter-American Af- fairs in Venezuela or his representative. Second: For the purposes of this extension, the Government of Venezuela shall contribute, at the times herein set forth, the equivalent in bolivars of five hundred thousand American dollars ($500,000): During the period from the 1st of July 1944 to June 30, 1945 . . . $150,000 During the period from the 1st of July 1945 to June 30, 1946 . . . 200,000 During the period from the 1st of July 1946 to December 31, 1946 . 150, 000 Third: The Institute of Inter-American Affairs, in turn, shall con- tribute for the same purposes to the Oficina Cooperativa Interameri- cana de Salud Pfblica at the times herein set forth and in accordance with the exigencies of the work undertaken, the equivalent in bolivars of five hundred thousand American dollars ($500,000), through the