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Nicaragua ceded to the North American Republic, for a term of ninetynine years, renewable at its expiration for the same period, a part of the Gulf of Fonseca for the purpose of establishing a naval base. The text of the said treaty which has been duly ratified by the United States Senate and the legislative bodies of Nicaragua together with the amendments thereof made by the Senate of the first-named republic, is set forth in Appendices Hand J. The stipulations contained in that treaty are, in the opinion of the Government of El Salvador, extremely prejudicial to the highest interests of the Salvadorean nation, in that they place in danger its integrity and security, violate its undeniable rights of co-ownership in the Gulf of Fonseca and menace its most legitimate aspirations for the futtu-e as a Central American nation. I ndeed, of such magnitude and gravity is that danger, that violation and that menace to which the treaty exposes those vital interests, rights and aspirations of the republic, that the Government of El Salvador is compelled to present, aiid, through the medium of this Foreign Office, does hereby present, this complaint against the Government of Nicaragua, secure in the conviction that justice is on its side and that its complaint is founded upon bases legally sound and clear.
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