SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM OFFICIALS' VIEWS ON SINO-SOVIET TALKS, UNITED STA

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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM OFFICIALS' VIEHS ON SINO-

SOVIET TALKS, UNITED STATES/VIETNAMESE RELATIONS. AND A

KIDNAPPING/DEFECTION IN HEST BERLIN

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,srv embassy in paris

on4 at which three principal topics here oiscusseo: the vietnamese attitude toharo the sino-soviet normalization talks. the recent visitnited stateselegation to hanoi. and the srv reaction to the defectionietnamese performer in west guests at the reception incluoeo the members of the presidium ano of the executive committee of the association of vietnameseof france (avfi, ano local members of the vietnamese communist party. also present from the srv embassy were counselor le vannd attache nguyenghiep)i.

be hith-

2. on the subject of sino-soviet normalization talks. nghiep disclosed that the chinese have consistently insisted that: the

troops

soviet union cease all aid to vietnam; vietnamese

reason, nghiepeeting between the newa vietnamese delegation is imperative. he pre-

from kampuchea; ano all aid to the iihengii samrin people's .ic of kampuchea government in phnom penh be halted. nghiepthat the srv is certain that the ussr hill never change ;ts attituoe toward Vietnam, but Chinese intransigence clearly shows the plan formulated by beijing, namely, to do everything possible to attack vietnam. ano to strengthen the democratic kampuchea (ok)so that it can assault phnom penh ano regain control infor this soviet leaders and

dictedigh ranking vietnamese delegation mould visit moscow either during presidenteagan))'s visit to china, or in mayr on the anniversary of the october revolution. pjjj^h

comment: it appears that the vietnamese leaders are not HAPPTT*TTTT the negotiations between china and the ussr on normalization of relations. 1 inhina shelled areas OF the Thv^LOSEtOtHE sino-SflV border, I

3. ambassadortated. delegation hadhanoi seeking information. servicemen missing(mia! during'the war in vietnam. bo claimed that srvnguyen co (ithachii provided the americans withand that the two sides reached an agreement tosubjectcomment: the two srv publications,

ters of vietnam.

ohmu-at the ques-

tries are prepared

NIflUE STATING:ION Of. SOL THE LATTER SHOWS AN HOSTILE POLICIES. LAOS ANOUBJECT.1 EMBER OF THE DECLARATION OF THE HE

"nhan dan" and "quan DOi nhamoth mentioneo the visit of. delegation ano both stresseo that thach received the delegation led by. deputy assistant secretary of defense.i ontinued that this has the first time in several years thatigh ranking delegation had been sent to hanoi. he also noted that this visiteeting of the foreign Mil

government as soon as and renounces its this is the first time that srv in commenting on this ed bo what he thought aboutfamilies concerned

laos and kampuchea which resulted

with the mia that "future relations between. ano vietnam will be good ano fruit' thisoman. was the representative 0

vietnam ano not an official member of. delegation. but her

ano vietnam hill be gooo and fruitful." bo cautioned that

of the american veterans

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is no longer any animosity ver,hina.

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. of cooperation

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n briefly presenteduring the mid-february to hest berlin. bo cla1 for its performance at the

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ISITHEN THE LEGE of ARTS

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ASSAULTED THE SRV ARTISTS. THREE OF THEN. HISS BACHISS NGOC (IGIAUM, ANDERE PLACED FORCIBLY IN AUTOMOBILES. THO WEST GERMAN POLICEMEN ON THE SCENE HERE POWERLESS AGAINST THE GANG OF NUMEROUS AND ARMED KIDNAPPERS. MISS GIAU MANAGED TO ESCAPE BEFORE THE AUTOMOBILE COULO DEPART. THE THO OTHERS HERE SPED AHAYECRET LOCATION, WHERE THEY MERE CONFRONTEDROUP OF VIETNAMESE REACTIONARIES. THEIR CAPTORS, ALONG HITH THO EUROPEAN JOURNALISTS, AOVISED THEM TO DEFECT AND OFFERED TO TAKE THEM IMMEDIATELY TO. EMBASSY HHERE THEY COULD SEEK POLITICAL ASYLUM. MISS TUYET REFUSED AND DEMANOED TO BE TAKEN BACK TO THE CITY, HHERE SHE REJOINED THE OTHER VIETNAMESE PERFORMERS. BO SAID THE PLOT FAILED DUE TO THE DETERMINATION OF THE PERFORMERS. ONLY DUOC REMAINS UNACCOUNTEO FOR. BO SAIO THAT SRV EMBASSY HASROTEST HITH THE HEST GERMAN GOVERNMENT DEMANDING HIS RETURN. i^HCOMHENT: IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE THAT DUOC ASKED FOR POLITICATTSyTuM IN HEST GERMANY.1

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