Vietnam said to oppose UN talks on Cambodia

Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Vo Dong Giang has declared that Hanoi under no circumstances will hold talks with the United Nations contact group seeking a settlement in Cambodia, reports William Morrison, an Australian member of Parliament returning from Vietnam.

The former defense minister in Australia's Labor government and his party colleague, Sen. Ronald Elstrom, were the first noncommunist officials to talk with Vietnamese authorities in Hanoi since a UN-sponsored conference on Cambodia called for UN-supervised elections and withdrawal of Vietnam's occupation force.

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