A question left unanswered by the agreed ceasefire in Vietnam, which was negotiated in Paris by dr.
A question left unanswered by the agreed ceasefire in Vietnam, which was negotiated in Paris by dr. Kissinger and Mr. Le Duc Tho, is what is to become of the North Vietnamese forces which the Americans claim have infiltrated the South. Both sides put different interpretations on this omission. The two chief negotiators were giving press conferences on 24 january, Dr. Kissinger in Washington, and Mr. Tho in Paris. Here follows a transcript of what they said on this question.
SYNOPSIS: Dr. Kissinger gives a pores conference in Washington after the ceasefire agreement ending American military involvement in Vietnam. But what about North Vietnamese forces he claims are there?
Le Duc Tho, Dr. Kissinger's opposite number in the Paris negotiations which led to the ceasefire, met pressmen in Paris.. He gave his interpretation of why the treaty doesn't mention North Vietnamese forces in South Vietnam.