Message to Chancellor Adenauer Following His Visit.
[Released November 17, 1962. Dated November 16, 1962]
Dear Chancellor Adenauer:
Thank you for your most cordial message today. It was a pleasure to see you here and have the opportunity for extended personal discussions on matters of greatest importance to both our countries. I greatly value the close relationship that has developed between our governments, and it is a great advantage to us that we are able to deal with our common problems and purposes in these meetings with such cordial and open intimacy. I feel that this is the best and most helpful meeting we have had. I am grateful to you for coming and we are all proud to have had a chance to show again the regard America has for a great defender of freedom.
Mrs. Kennedy joins me in sending warmest regards to you and your daughter, Frau Werhahn.
JOHN F. KENNEDY
[Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, Bonn, Germany]
John F. Kennedy, Message to Chancellor Adenauer Following His Visit. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/236548