Foreign News: Mexican Conference

The Recognition Conference (Mexico and the U. S. A.) at Mexico City continued behind closed doors.

It is understood that the British and French Governments are taking a keen interest in the progress of affairs. Both Governments are behind the United States in the present deliberations and both would welcome recognition of Mexico by the U. S. Government. Of course, their own nationals are affected by article 27 of the 1917 Mexican Constitution, which reserves the subsoil rights of Mexico exclusively to Mexican citizens.


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