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March 08, 1965

CABLE FROM THE CHINESE EMBASSY IN THE SOVIET UNION TO THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, ‘THE VIETNAMESE REPORT THEY HAVE ISSUED A NON-PUBLIC PROTEST TO THE SOVIETS’

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    The Chinese Embassy in Hanoi reports that the Vietnamese government has made an approach to the Soviet Union following the suppression of student protests in Moscow.
    "Cable from the Chinese Embassy in the Soviet Union to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ‘The Vietnamese Report They Have Issued a Non-Public Protest to the Soviets’ ," March 08, 1965, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, PRC FMA 109-03628-04, 94-95. Obtained for CWIHP by You Lan and translated by Jake Tompkins. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119947
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Ministry of Foreign Affairs Cable

Level: Extra Urgent Advance / From the Vietnamese Desk / Received (65) No. 474

The Vietnamese Report They Have Issued a Non-Public Protest to the Soviets

Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

On the 8th of this month, the Vietnamese Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nguyen Co Thach, told Ambassador Zhu that in regards to the incident in which students from Africa, Asia, and Latin America were beaten during their protest in front of the American embassy in Moscow, the Vietnamese have already issued a protest to the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs, though it is internal and will not be made public.

From the Embassy in Vietnam

March 8th 1965