The Near East Peace Conference was a No-Maj diplomatic summit concerning peace in the Near East.[1][2]


At the plenary session of the Near East Peace Conference on 6 December 1926, Richard Washburn Child, the U.S. ambassador to Italy, stated that the U.S. would observe the "Near East settlement," attending meetings and participating in talks.[1][2] However, U.S. diplomats were not authorised to join committees, sign reports, or vote on decisions.[1][2] This conference was reported in the 6 December 1926 issue of the New York Chronicle.[1][2]

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