Ceasefire Agreement 1973
Nixon quickly agreed to the terms. However, on October 22, South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu stopped the trial. The ceasefire was particularly boring for him. Thousands of troops from northern Vietnam to southern Vietnam (between 140,000 and 300,000 estimated) were well placed to continue the war when the Americans came. To gain Thieus` support, the Americans, based on her objections, resumed negotiations with the North Vietnamese women. This offended the North Vietnamese so much that they too insisted on renegotiating several settled issues. By mid-December, the talks had failed. At the same time, that one. The United States will cease all military activities against the territory of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam by land, air and sea forces wherever deployed and halt the dismantling of the territorial waters, ports, ports and waterways of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. The United States will permanently remove, disable or destroy all mines in the territorial waters, ports, ports and waterways of North Vietnam upon entry into force of this Agreement. That`s right. The United States believes that this agreement will user an era of reconciliation with the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, as with all the peoples of Indochina.
In continuing its traditional policy, the United States will contribute to the healing of war wounds and the reconstruction of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and throughout Indochina after the war. . . .