No. 415 NAI DFA 26/95

Handwritten letter from Francis T. Cremins to Joseph P. Walshe (Dublin)

Geneva, 9 September 1930


With reference to my letters of Sunday and Monday (7th1 and 8th2), there is no certainty yet so far as we can gather that Portugal is authorised by her Govt. to go forward. At the British dinner tonight it was learned that Britain is to vote for (1) us (2) Norway (3) Guatemala. The situation re Portugal is still difficult in view of the support of the S. American States. But for that our line wd. be quite clear. However the delay which we managed to impose on the development of the situation is all in our favour, but of course now that our delegates are here we must come up definitely against the situation. We have a good line I think which I shall report upon tomorrow. This is just a hurried note.

F.T. Cremins

1 See No. 412.

2 Not printed.

Purchase Volumes Online

Purchase Volumes Online



The Royal Irish Academy's Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series has published an eBook of confidential correspondence on the 1921 Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiations.

Free Download

International Counterparts

The international network of Editors of Diplomatic Documents was founded in 1988. Delegations from different parts of the world met for the first time in London in 1989.
Read more ....

Website design and developed by FUSIO