GREECE: U. S. Recognition

The U. S. officially recognized the Greek Government.

In Washington M. Tsamádos, Greek Chargé des Affaires,* was received by U. S. Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes.

In Greece, Ray Atherton, U. S. Chargé des Affaires at Athens, was received by Foreign Minister George Roussos.

It was announced by the U. S. State Department that "the accrediting of a Minister will await the decision by Greece of the constitutional question which Greece is understood to have under consideration."

The "constitutional question," which is to be settled by plebiscite, involves the decision...

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