Vientiane Agreement 1973

The new provisional coalition national government will be composed equally of representatives of the Vientiane government and patriotic forces, as well as two intellectuals committed to peace, independence, neutrality and democracy, on whom both sides will agree. The Prime Minister must be a person who is not a member of the government representatives. The Provisional National Coalition Government will be established according to special procedures by Royal Decree of His Majesty the King. It shall carry out its functions in accordance with the principles unanimously agreed by both parties. It will be responsible for implementing all the agreements reached and the political programme agreed by the two parties, for example with regard to the implementation and implementation of the ceasefire, the lasting guarantee of peace, the full implementation of the rights and freedoms of the people, the implementation of the policy of peaceful external relations and independence and neutrality, coordination of all economic development plans; Develop culture and acceptance and distribution of all aid from all countries that help Laos. VIENTIANE, Lads, Friday, Sept. 14 – Communist Pathet Lao and the Lao government in Vientiane today officially signed an agreement to create a coalition government to heal the wounds of 20 years of civil war. The prince stressed that the agreement invited Laos to follow a trajectory of “neutrality of the international canal”. B.

It is definitively forbidden to commit military acts that anger the other party, including the movement of bandits [ambiguous word] and armed aerial reconnaissance. In the event that a specific Party wishes to transport food under the control of the other Party through the region, the Implementation Committee of the Agreement shall discuss and define a clear procedure for this purpose. The Treaty of Vientiane was a ceasefire agreement between the two belligerents in the Lao Civil War (the Lao Kingdom and the Communist Pathet Lao), signed on February 21, 1973 in Vientiane (capital of Laos). From 1200 (0500 G.M.T. – F.B.I.S.) on February 22, 1973, a ceasefire will be respected simultaneously throughout the region of Laos. This implies that the implementation of this agreement is the responsibility of both parties concerned in Laos. The two parties will immediately set up a commission for the implementation of the agreement, composed in equal parts of representatives of both parties. The Commission will begin its work immediately after the ceasefire enters into force. It shall carry out its functions in accordance with the principles unanimously adopted by both parties. In response to the highest wish of His Majesty the King and the serious aspiration of people of all nationalities throughout the country who want to end the war as soon as possible and restore and ensure lasting peace to achieve national harmony and unification and build Laos as a country of peace, independence, neutrality, democracy, unity and prosperity and, on the basis of the 1962 Geneva Agreement on Laos and the current Re Au Laos, the Government of Vientiane and the patriotic forces have agreed on the following provisions: for the establishment of the National Assembly and the permanent national coalition government, free and democratic general elections will be held, who will be the true representatives of peoples of all nationalities in Laos.