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Canada Leaves Iccs #471719

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 30, 1973
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(Studio) In Saigon, head of Hungarian delegation to ICCS says their efforts will almost halt when Canada pulls out. Won't carry on work until Canadian replacement found.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Saigon, South Vietnam) No outward criticism by Canadians toward Poland or Hungarians as Canada pulls out of ICCS. Privately they said Communists had made mockery of ICCS by siding with Viet Cong on every issue. Canadians withdraw to Saigon before returning to Canada. Cease-fire agreement has less chance for success now that Canada leaves.
REPORTER: Dennis Troute

Chancellor, John;
Troute, Dennis

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