Report on Indochina: Report of Mike Mansfield on a Study Mission to Vietnam, Cambodia [and] Laos
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1954 - 48 pagine
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Pagina 26 - The Conference also takes note of the declarations of the Governments of Cambodia and Laos to the effect that they will not join in any agreement with other States if this agreement includes the obligation to participate in a military alliance not in conformity with the principles of the Charter of the United Nations or in the case of Laos, with the principles of the agreement on the cessation of hostilities in Laos or, so long as their security is not threatened, the obligation to establish bases...
Pagina 27 - July 1955 onwards. 8. The provisions of the agreements on the cessation of hostilities intended to ensure the protection of individuals and of property must be most strictly applied and must, in particular, allow everyone in Viet-Nam to decide freely in which zone he wishes to live. 9. The competent representative authorities of the Northern and Southern zones of Viet-Nam, as well as the authorities of Laos and Cambodia, must not permit any individual or collective reprisals against persons who have...
Pagina 26 - Viet-Nam ; the Conference expresses its conviction that the execution of the provisions set out in the present declaration and in the agreements on the cessation of hostilities will permit Cambodia, Laos and Viet-Nam henceforth to play their part, in full independence and sovereignty, in the peaceful community of nations.
Pagina 20 - With effect from the date of entry into force of the present Agreement, the introduction into Viet-Nam of any troop reinforcements and additional military personnel is prohibited. It is understood, however, that the rotation of units and groups of personnel, the arrival in...
Pagina 23 - It shall be composed of representatives of the following States: Canada, India and Poland. It shall be presided over by the Representative of India.
Pagina 26 - ... should not in any way be interpreted as constituting a political or territorial boundary. The Conference expresses its conviction that the execution of the provisions set out in the present declaration and in the agreement on the cessation of hostilities creates the necessary basis for the achievement in the near future of a political settlement in Viet-Nam.
Pagina 40 - ... does not reach unanimity in the cases provided for in article 42, it shall submit a majority report and one or more minority reports to the members of the Conference. The International Commission shall inform the members of the Conference in all cases where its activity is being hindered. Article 44 The International Commission shall be set up at the time of the cessation of hostilities in Indo-China in order that it should be able to fulfil the tasks provided for in article 36.
Pagina 36 - ... arising from cessation of hostilities are in fact simultaneous, (a) due allowance being made for the time actually required for transmission of the cease-fire order down to the lowest Echelons of the combatant forces of both sides, the two parties are agreed that the complete and simultaneous cease-tire throughout the territory of Cambodia shall become effective at 8 hours (local time) on 7 August 1954.
Pagina 26 - Vietnam and organizing international control and the supervision of the execution of the provisions of these agreements. ,;>''**"" 2. The Conference, expresses satisfaction at the ending of hostilities in Cam...
Pagina 21 - Viet-Nam to the effect that no military base under the control of a foreign state may be established in the regrouping zones of the two parties, the latter having the obligation to see that the zones allotted to them shall not constitute part of any military alliance and shall not be utilized for the resumption of hostilities or in the service of an aggressive policy.