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    INTRODUCTION: Foreign Ministers of the five-member Association of South East Nations have called on Vietnam to withdraw its troops from Kampuchea.

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    GV Malaysian Foreign Ministry building
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    SV Thailand Foreign Minister Upadit arrives by car.
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    SV Singapore Foreign Minister Rajaratnum arrives by car
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    SV ASEAN flags
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    SV Malaysian Foreign Minister Rithauddeen and Singapore Foreign Minister talking together
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    SV ZOOM CU Indonesian foreign minister Mochtar seated at conference table
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    SV ZOOM CU Philippines delegation leader seated at table
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    SV ZOOM CU Singapore foreign minister seated at table
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    SV ZOOM CU Thailand foreign minister seated at table
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    SV Malaysian foreign minister and chairman seated at table
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    SV and GV views of delegations seated at table (2 shots)
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    Background: INTRODUCTION: Foreign Ministers of the five-member Association of South East Nations have called on Vietnam to withdraw its troops from Kampuchea.

    The joint declaration was made on Thursday (16 August) at a special two hour meeting in Kuala Lumpur.

    SYNOPSIS: This latest gathering of ASEAN foreign ministers comes little more than a month after their annual meeting in Bali which was expanded to include their counterparts from the United States, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Papua New Guinea.

    As in Bali, the continuing outflow of Vietnamese refugees and the conflict in Kampuchea dominated the agenda.

    In a joint communique the foreign ministers stressed their deep concern that the Kampuchean conflict would worsen at the end of the current monsoon season.

    The statement added that the prospect of large scale famine in Kampuchea would further exacerbate the situation in the region and cause a further exodus of refugees from that country.

    The foreign ministers reaffirmed a previous call made last January in Bangkok, strongly deploring the armed intervention in Kampuchea and reiterated their support for the right of the Kampuchean people to determine their future through elections free from outside influence or interference.

    The communique said any worsening of the conflict posed a threat to all the ASEAN countries.

    The ministers from Thailand, singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines expressed support for a political solution to the conflict to ensure the independence and sovereignty of Kampuchea.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA2S56OG69VZN47CK0HIBWWTDAM
    Media URN:
    VLVA2S56OG69VZN47CK0HIBWWTDAM
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    16/08/1979
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:14:00
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