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preliminary discussions and make the necessary
advance arrangements.

As announced on March 27, 1950, Mr. John Sher-
man Cooper has agreed to serve as consultant to the
Secretary of State in connection with the forth-
coming meetings of the North Atlantic Pact Coun-
cil and the discussions to be held in London in May.

As announced today, Mr. John Foster Dulles
has agreed to serve as a consultant to the Secre-
tary of State on broad problems in the field of
foreign affairs and on specific lines of action which
this Government should follow. It is not expected
that he will participate in the forthcoming con-
ferences to be held in Europe. It is expected that
the Secretary of State and. Mr. Dulles will confer
at an early date and agree on the specific matters
to be assigned to Mr. Dulles for his early attention.



John Foster Dulles Appointed
Consultant to the Secretary

At the request of the President and the Secretary
of State, John Foster Dulles has agreed to serve
as consultant to the Secretary of State.

In this capacity, Mr. Dulles will advise Secre-
tary Acheson on broad problems in the field of
foreign affairs and on specific lines of action which
this Government should follow. His work will
not be confined to any specific area of the world.
His broad background and wealth of experience
qualify him for consideration of problems in Eu-
rope, the Far East, and other areas of the world,
as well as problems affecting the work of the
United Nations.

Mr. Dulles, whose cooperation has been ex-
tremely valuable to the Department in the past,
will assume his duties in about 2 weeks.

Mr. Dulles has been associated with the United
Nations since 1945 when he served as a member
of the United States delegation to the San Fran-
cisco conference, and he has represented his Gov-
ernment at most of the regular sessions of the
General Assembly.

Mr. Dulles served as a member of the United
States delegation to the San Francisco Conference
on World Organization in 1945 which drafted the
Charter of the United Nations. In 1945, he at-
tended the first meeting of the Council of Foreign
Ministers as adviser to Secretary of State Byrnes.
In 1947, he attended the Moscow and London meet-
ings of the Council of Foreign Ministers as ad-
viser to Secretary of State Marshall. He served
as an adviser to Secretary Acheson at the meeting
of the Council of Foreign Ministers at Paris in
1949.



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