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Vietnam / Paris Conference #469090

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 01, 1973
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(Studio) 13 Party Paris conference agrees on document which guarantees cease-fire in Vietnam. Canadians worried about how peace-keeping machinery to operate, however.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Paris, France) Secretary of State Rogers happy about getting international acceptance Vietnam Peace treaty and some agreement to keep treaty. [ROGERS - says pleased with conf.] North Vietnam's For. Min. Nguyen Duy Trinh says prisoners of war list available in Saigon, and POW's to be released Saturday [US spokesperson Robert McCLOSKEY - says POW release - issue settled.] Canada's Mitchell Sharp says disappointed conference didn't get strong international body to supervise cease-fire. Ambassador William Porter attends reception given by VC. United Nations Secretary General Waldheim hints if VC want to set up liaison office at United Nations he would favor it. Next week talks between Viet Cong and government South Vietnam open in Paris.
REPORTER: Lloyd Dobyns

(Studio) Now that prisoners of war issue settled, United States will resume minesweeping operations in North Vietnam.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Dobyns, Lloyd

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