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July 01, 1971

A SEVEN-POINT DECLARATION OF THE PROVISIONAL REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH VIETNAM

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    Statement by the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam at the 119th session of the Paris Conference: The US had to set a specific date for troop withdrawal from Vietnam. If the US planned to finish complete withdrawal within 1971, troop withdrawal and the release of POWs would be started and ended on the same dates. The Americans had to stop supporting the Thieu administration. A new government would be formed which supported peace, independence, neutrality and democracy. The Provisional Revolutionary Government would talk to this new government about creating a National Conciliatory Government to carry out a general election. The North and the South would then peacefully negotiate reunification. South Vietnam would be neutral and establish relations with all countries. The US would bear all responsibilities for damages incurred in Vietnam.
    "A Seven-Point Declaration of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam," July 01, 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 35-39 https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/114440
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