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June 26, 1971

NINE POINTS FROM THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM REGARDING A POLITICAL SOLUTION IN VIETNAM

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    Statement put forward by the DRV in a private meeting with American representatives: The US had to pull out completely from South Vietnam and other Indochinese countries by the end of 1971. The release of POWs and civilians captured during the war would be implemented simultaneously. The Americans had to stop supporting Thieu-Ky-Khiem (the three leaders of the government of South Vietnam), bear all responsibilities and pay compensation for all damages incurred in Vietnam. The US had to respect the 1954 Geneva Accords on Indochina and the 1965 Geneva Accords on Laos and stop all intervention in Indochina.
    "Nine Points from the Democratic Republic of Vietnam Regarding a Political Solution in Vietnam," June 26, 1971, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, The Vietnamese Foreign Ministry Archives, published in "Basic documents on diplomatic struggle from April 1965 to July 1980", pages 40-41 https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/114439
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