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91st CONGRESS

1st SESSION

S. RES. 205

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

May 27, 1969 Mr. CRANSTON (for himself and Mr. AIKEN) submitted the following resolution;

which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations

RESOLUTION To set forth as an expression of the sense of the Senate a basic

principle regarding the recognition by the United States

of foreign governments. Whereas official statements over the last fifty years concerning

the policy of the United States in granting or withholding recognition of a foreign government have given rise to uncertainty as to whether United States recognition of a foreign government implies approval of such a government; and

Whereas recognition by the United States of foreign govern

ments has been interpreted by many Americans and by many foreigners as implying United States approval of those

foreign governments; and Whereas such uncertainty adversely affects the interests of the

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United States in its relations with foreign nations: Now, therefore, be it

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Resolved. That it is the sense of the Senate that when

2 the United States recognizes a foreign government and

3 exchanges diplomatic representatives with it, this does not

4 imply that the United States necessarily approves of the

5 form, ideology, or policy of that foreign government.

Calendar No. 331 S. RES. 205

91st CONGRESS

1st SESSION

[Report No. 91-338]

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

May 27, 1969 Mr. CRANSTON (for himself and Mr. AIKEN) submitted the following resolution;

which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations

JULY 29, 1969
Reported by Mr. FULBRIGHT, with an amendment

[Omit the part struck through and insert the part printed in italic)

RESOLUTION To set forth as an expression of the sense of the Senate a basic

principle regarding the recognition by the United States

of foreign governments. Whereas official statements over the last fifty years concerning

the policy of the United States in granting or withholding recognition of a foreign government have given rise to uncertainty as to whether United States recognition of a foreign government implies approval of such a government; and

Whereas recognition by the United States of foreign govern

ments has been interpreted by many Americans and by many foreigners as implying United States approval of those

foreign governments; and Whereas such uncertainty adversely affects the interests of the

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United States in its relations with foreign nations: Now, therefore, be it

1

Resolved, That it is the sense of the Senate that when

2 the United States recognizes à foreign government and

3 exchanges diplomatic representatives with it, this does not

4 of itself imply that the United States necessarily approves 5 of the form, ideology, or policy of that foreign government.

91st CONGRESS

1st SESSION

S. RES. 205

[Report No. 91-338]

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

May 27, 1969 Mr. CRANSTON (for himself and Mr. AIKEN ) submitted the following resolution;

which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations

JULY 29, 1969
Reported by Mr. FULBRIGHT, with amendments

(Omit the part struck through and insert the part printed in italic)

SEPTEMBER 25, 1969
Considered, amended, and agreed to; preamble agreed to

RESOLUTION

To set forth as an expression of the sense of the Senate a basic

principle regarding the recognition by the United States

of foreign governments. Whereas official statements over the last fifty years concerning

the policy of the United States in granting or withholding recognition of a foreign government have given rise to uncertainty as to whether United States recognition of a foreign government implies approval of such a government; and

Whereas recognition by the United States of foreign govern

ments has been interpreted by many Americans and by many foreigners as implying United States approval of those foreign governments; and

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