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April 19, 1965

MINUTES OF CONVERSATION BETWEEN PREMIER ZHOU ENLAI AND PREMIER KIM IL SUNG

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    The United Arab Republic and Algeria do not support Vietnam, and Sukarno agrees to speak at the Asian-African Conference.
    "Minutes of Conversation between Premier Zhou Enlai and Premier Kim Il Sung," April 19, 1965, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, PRC FMA 106-00828-01, 9. Translated by Caixia Lu. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/134787
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Minutes of Conversation between Premier Zhou Enlai and Premier Kim Il Sung

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Date and Time:

April 19, 1965, 5pm to 5.30pm

Venue:

Merdeka Palace

Participants

China:

Chen Yi, Qiao Guanhua

Korea:

Kim Gwang-hyeop, Pak Seong-cheol

Interpretation and Minutes:

Li Xiangwen

Premier Zhou said, the United Arab Republic and Algeria were not in favor of having a document in support of Vietnam. Prime Minister Pham Van Dong said, for the sake of the second Asia-African Conference in June, there would be no document this time round, because some countries may use it as an excuse to not participate in the second Asia-African Conference.

As for the symposium, Sukarno agreed to talk about it at 7am this morning, but the schedule did not work out, thus this was changed to an introduction by Prime Minister Pham Van Dong on Vietnam’s situation, with some countries listening in as participants.

Premier Kim expressed his agreement.

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周恩来总理同金日成首相谈话纪要

时间:

一九六五年四月十九日下午五时至五时半

地点:

雅加达总统府

参加人员:

我方:

陈毅、乔冠华

朝方:

金光侠、朴成哲

译员、记录:

李相文

周总理说,关于支持越南的文件,阿联、阿尔及利亚不赞成。范文同总理表示,为了六月第二次亚非会议,这次就不搞了。因为有些国家可能借口这次搞了文件而不参加第二次亚非会议。

关于座谈会,苏加诺答应今早七点谈,但时间安排不上,改由范文同总理介绍一下越南情况,一些国家参加听。

金首相表示同意。

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