The North Vietnamese delegation to the Paris Peace Talks yesterday (Wednesday) called for international condemnation of the United States delegation's suspension of the talks.
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CU North Vietnamese delegate Nguyen Tranh speaking.
TRANSCRIPT: SEQ. 4: NGUYEN TRANH: "The government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam appeals to the governments and the peoples of the Socialist fraternal countries, to peace and justice loving countries, to the american people, to the world's people, to condemn in time the acts of sabotage of the Paris conference on Vietnam by the Nixon administration, and to strongly demand that the United Stats put an immediate and to its policy of Vietnamisation of the war, participate in the Paris conference as usual, negotiation seriously, and give a positive response to the seven-point solution of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam - the two crucial points of which have been further clarified."
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Background: The North Vietnamese delegation to the Paris Peace Talks yesterday (Wednesday) called for international condemnation of the United States delegation's suspension of the talks. U.S. Delegation chief, Mr William Porter, suspended the talks last Thursday (March 23) saying they would not resume until "the Communists give proof of their seriousness of purpose".
The North Vietnamese spokesman, Nguyen Tranh, told a press conference in his country's Paris Embassy.
SYNOPSIS: Last week, the U.S. delegation called a suspension to the Vietnam Peace Talks, until, they said, "the Communists give proof of their seriousness of purpose". On Wednesday, a North Vietnamese spokesman replied: