​Paris Peace Agreements 1991

Friday, October 21, 2016

[Vietnamization: Paris Peace Agreements] The elephant in the room the foreign media refuses to acknowledge


Table of Contents

Part I: Arrangements During the Transitional Period 

Section I: Transitional Period
Section II: United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia 
Section III: Supreme National Council 
Section IV: Withdrawal of Foreign Forces and its Verification 
Section V: Cease-fire and Cessation of Outside Military Assistance

Part II: Elections 

Part III: Human Rights 

Part IV: International Guarantees 

Part V: Refugees and Displaced Persons 

Part VI: National Communities 

Part VII: Communes 

Part VIII: Representation 

Part IX: Amendment

Annexes
Annex 1: UNTAC Mandate 
Section A: General Procedures 
Section B: Civil Administration 
Section C: Military Functions 
Section D: Elections 
Section E: Human Rights 
Annex 2: Withdrawal, Cease-fire and Related Measures
o Article I: Cease-fire 
o Article II: Liaison system and Mixed Military Working Group
o Article III: Regroupment and cantonment of the forces of the Parties and storage of their arms, ammunition and equipment 
o Article IV: Resupply of forces during cantonment 
o Article V: Ultimate disposition of the forces of the parties and of their arms, ammunition, and equipment 
Article VI: Verification of withdrawal from Cambodia and non-return of all categories of foreign forces
o Article VII: Cessation of outside military assistance to all Cambodian Parties 
o Article VIII: Caches of weapons and military supplies 
o Article IX: Unexploded ordance devices
o Article X: Investigation of violations 
o Article XI: Release of prisoners of war 
o Article XII: Repatriation and resettlement of displaced Cambodians
• Annex 3: Elections 

Annex 4: Repatriation of Cambodian Refugees and Displaced Persons
Part I: Introduction 
Part II: Conditions Conducive to the Return of Refugees and Displaced Persons 
Part III: Operational Factors


Annex 5: Principles for a New Constitution for Cambodia


The States participating in the Paris Conference on Cambodia, namely Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Canada, the People's Republic of China, the French Republic, the Republic of India, the Republic of Indonesia, Japan, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Malaysia, the Republic of the Philippines, the Republic of Singapore, the Kingdom of Thailand, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the United States of America, the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 
  
In the presence of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, 
  
In order to maintain, preserve and defend the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and inviolability, neutrality and national unity of Cambodia, 

Desiring to restore and maintain peace in Cambodia, to promote national reconciliation and to ensure the exercise of the right to self-determination of the Cambodian people through free and fair elections, 

Convinced that only a comprehensive political settlement to the Cambodia conflict will be just and durable and will contribute to regional and international peace and security,

T2P Media:  A cursory glance at the Paris Peace Agreements that establishes Untac -- then the most expensive UN peace operations to date at USD 2.4 Billion with 24,000 peacekeepers, involving all the Security Council, the superpowers and emerging ones of US, Soviet, China, Japan, Australia, France, Great Britain, India and ASEAN of Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia AND VIETNAM -- allows one to quickly understand the EMPHASIS AND IMPORTANCE -- ending the military occupation of Vietnam.  

However, you would not know this from the news coverage.

3 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot T2P Media.

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  2. Anonymous10:51 PM

    So, Vietnam has violated Cambodia's sovereignty and UN Peace Agreement. This needs to report to the UN and International Community. Hun Sen has been under the control of the hidden Vietnamese secret military agents inside Cambodia. Hun Sen has been advised and told what to do against Cambodian (Khmer) people and opposition leaders who disagree with him and his corrupted inner circles (thieves and killers) in Cambodia.

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    1. Anonymous7:41 AM

      No, you got it wrong. You need to report to China, Cambodia's new boss.

      Cambodia always has a boss. You just need to worship your boss with respect or bad things will keep happening against you.

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