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Note from Foreign Office, London, regarding decrees by Venezuela and Belgium

Item indicates that Venezuelan Government in a note dated 12 November 1946 had informed the Foreign Office that a decree ratifying the Constitution had been issued and that the Instrument of Acceptance would be forwarded by air. Item also indicates that Belgian Government had passed a law approving the Constitution on 13 November 1946.

Application of UNESCO's Constitution to "Land Berlin"

File contains original telegram from Foreign Office informing the Director-General that on 11 July 1951 the Constitution was signed and the Instrument of Acceptance was deposited by the Federal Republic of Germany. It also contains copies of letters exchanged in 1964 regarding the application of the Constitution to "Land Berlin."

Typed copy of note of German Consulate in Paris concerning the establishment of the UNESCO Institute for Education and a request for approval from the Senate of the City of Hamburg

Item is a typed transcription of a note of the German Consulate in Paris. The note is certified translation in German stating that Director-General Jaime Torres Bodet has informed the Consulate of the establishment of the UNESCO Institute for Education and wishes the Senate of the City of Hamburg to approve plans to locate the Institute in the city. The original note was signed by the Director General and Consul, but the copy has their transcribed signatures only.

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