Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections
Series: 10) VIETNAM COLLECTION – SUBJECT FILES. 1937, 1939, 1942-1977, undated
Box 1191 Folder 13 Biographies- Vuong Van Bac, 1974
(Completely scanned folder | 6 records)
January 16th,1974
Vuong Van Bac, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Vietnam, notifies the United Nations Security Council of China's claim to the archipelagos of Paracels and Spratley [Spratly]. Bac reports that Chinese authorities sent their nationals and boats into the waters surrounding the islands of Cam-Tuyen (Robert), Quan-Hoa (Duncan) and Duy-Mong (Drummond).
January 20th,1974
Vuong Van Bac writes to the president of the United Nations General Assembly. The letter is in regards to acts of war being committed by the People's Republic of China against the Republic of Vietnam, in the territorial waters of Hoang-Sa (Paracels).
January 20th,1974
Vuong Van Bac writes to the Secretary General of the United Nations General Assembly in regards the claims and recent attacks by the People's Republic of China on the waters near the Paracel Islands. The letter explains how the acts are a breach of international peace and Republic of Vietnam's national sovereignty.
January 21st,1974
Vuong Van Bac writes a note in regards to the People's Republic of China claims to the Paracels archipelago and the Spratley [Spratly] archipelago. Bac reports that Chinese authorities sent their nationals and boats into the waters surrounding the islands of Cam-Tuyen (Robert), Quan-Hoa (Duncan) and Duy-Mong (Drummond). In this note, Bac addresses the parties to the Act of the International Conference on Vietnam.
January 19th,1974
This is a press release issued by the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Vietnam regarding the invasion of Hoang-Sa (Paracels) and Truong-Sa (Spratly) archipelagos by the Chinese on January 19, 1974.
January 24th,1974
Vuong Van Bac writes to the Chairman of the Security Council of the United Nations in regards to the acts of war committed by the People's Republic of China in the area of the Hoang-Sa (Paracels) archipelago.