On 27 March 1935, Hitler appointed Joachim von Ribbentrop to head the German delegation to negotiate a naval contract. [37] Von Ribbentrop served both as Hitler`s extraordinary ambassador – plenipotentiary to Large (as part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and as head of an NSDAP organization called Ribbentrop, which competed with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Baron Konstantin von Neurath, the German Foreign Minister, initially objected, but changed his mind when he decided that the United Kingdom would never accept the 35:100 report; With Ribbentrop in mind, the mission was the best way to discredit his rival. [38] d) The German Government supports the issue of maritime armament limitation, the system that divides naval vessels into categories, sets the maximum tonnage and/or armament of ships in each category and assigns tonnage to each power per class of vessels. As a result, the German government is prepared to apply the 35% in principle and subject (f) below. the tonnage of each category of vessels to be expected and any change in that report, in a given category or category, to the provisions that may be achieved under a future general sea vessel limitation contract, these provisions based on the principle that any increase in one category would be offset by a corresponding reduction in the other category. If no general maritime restriction treaty is concluded or if the future general treaty does not contain a provision that creates a category restriction, the German government has the right to vary the 35 per cent. The relationship between one or more categories will be established by mutual agreement between the German government and Her Majesty`s Government in the United Kingdom, taking into account the maritime situation that existed at the time. In recent days, representatives of the German government and Her Majesty`s Government have met in the United Kingdom, whose main objective was to pave the way for a general conference on the subject of naval armament limitation.