South Vietnamese Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky returned to Saigon on Saturday (June 6) from a three day visit to Cambodia.
South Vietnamese Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky returned to Saigon on Saturday (June 6) from a three day visit to Cambodia. He had led the highest-ranking South Vietnamese delegation to visit Cambodia since 1963.
Vice-President Ky said his country had not signed any form of Treaty in Phnom Penh, but there was full agreement in many fields. He added that there was no time limit for South Vietnamese troops in Cambodia.
Vice-President Ky named the two most urgent problems in relations between the two countries a the military situation and Vietnamese residents in Cambodia.
Included in the delegation were Foreign Minister Tran Van Lam, Defence Minister Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Vy, and Social Welfare Minister Tran Nguon Phieu. Madam Ky was also in the party.
South Vietnam and Cambodia, whose relations were severed by former Cambodian Chief of State, Prince Norodom Sihanouk in 1963, agreed last week to exchange Ambassadors again.