NLF; National Liberation Fronts: 1960/1970

By Robert Shanab Elias Abu; Donald C. Hodges | Go to book overview

The Laotian problem must be settled among the Laotian parties concerned. To create conditions for the concerned Laotian parties to meet, the United States must, as an immediate step, stop escalating the war, and stop completely the bombing of Laotian territory without posing any conditions.

The Laotian people deeply aspire to independence, freedom, and peace. If the United States obdurately persists in its aggressive schemes, the Patriotic Front of Laos, the Laotian patriotic neutralist forces, and the Laotian people are resolved to fight on till total victory.

The Patriotic Front of Laos earnestly calls on the Laotian people of all nationalities to closely unite around the militant alliance between the Patriotic Front of Laos and the Laotian patriotic neutralist forces, to heighten their vigilance, to stand ready and resolved to smash all military plans and deceitful schemes of the United States and its agents with a view to defending the liberated zone, safeguarding their fundamental national rights, and contributing to the preservation of peace in Indochina and Southeast Asia.


CHAPTER FIVE
Joint Declaration*

The April 24-25 Summit Conference of the Indochinese Peoples, held "in the frontier region of Laos, Vietnam, and China" at the initiative of Cambodian Head of State Norodom Sihanouk, was one of the most important developments in the struggle of the Indochinese peoples against U.S. imperialism. Attending, in addition to a delegation from the National United Front of Cambodia, led by Sihanouk, were top-level delegations from Laos, Provisional Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam, and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Following is the text of the joint declaration agreed to at the meeting.

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From the Guardian, May 30, 1970.

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