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April 07, 1967

DISCUSSION BETWEEN ZHOU ENLAI AND PHAM VAN DONG

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    Soviet proposals to increase aid to Vietnam, via China
    "Discussion between Zhou Enlai and Pham Van Dong," April 07, 1967, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, CWIHP Working Paper 22, "77 Conversations." https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/113074
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ZHOU ENLAI AND PHAM VAN DONG

Beijing, 7 April 1967

Pham Van Dong: [The Soviet] proposals were: (1) China increases the quota for shipments of Soviet aid to [Vietnam] via China from 10 to 30 thousand tons a month.  If necessary, the Soviet Union will send some of its locomotives to China.  (2) China sets aside 2 or 3 of its ports in the South for handling Soviet aid to Vietnam.  If more equipment is needed in those ports, the Soviets will cover all costs.