HUNGARY: Mexican Relations

From Washington departed Count Laszlo Szechenyi, Hungarian Minister to the U. S., for Mexico City.

After the War, the Austro-Hungarian mission was liquidated and Hungary was left without diplomatic or consular representation in Mexico. Count Szechenyi's visit to that country was for the purpose of establishnig honorary consulships and negotiating for full diplomatic representation.

It was expected, if his mission is successful, that Count Szechenyi will head the legation at both Washington and Mexico City, being represented in absence at the latter city by a Chargé d'Affaires.


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