AUSTRIA: Rumanian Accord?

Dr. Ignaz Seipel, Austrian Chancellor, Herr Grüberger, Foreign Minister, and Herr Schüller, Foreign Office Departmental Chief, left Vienna for Bucharest, capital of Rumania, where they expected to sign a politico-economic treaty.

Before the War the two countries were very friendly and the new accord is counted of great importance in Central European affairs.


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