The Yugoslav Ambassador, concerned particularly with statements in the case of Arbulich’s Estate, 41 Calif. 2d 86, 257 Pac. 2d 433 (1953), cert. denied, 346 U. S. 897, digested in 48 A.J.I.L. 670 (1954), handed a note to the Secretary of State on April 18,1958, in which he asked for the Department of State’s understanding of the scope of Article II of the convention of October 14, 1881, for “facilitating and developing the commercial relations” of the two countries. In a reply dated April 24,1958 (file 211.683/41958) the Department of State concurred in the interpretation of the Yugoslav Ambassador.
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