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1958 diplomatic note from phamvandong to zhouenlai
 

 

 

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Description In 1958, the People's Republic of China issued a declaration defining its territorial waters which encompassed the Spratly and Paracel Islands. North Vietnam's prime minister, Pham Van Dong, sent a diplomatic note to Zhou Enlai, stating that "The Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam respects this decision." The diplomatic note was written on September 14 and was publicized on Nhan Dan newspaper(Vietnam) on September 22, 1958.

The content of Pham Van Dong's diplomatic note to Premier Zhou Enlai is as follows:

"Comrade Prime Minister,

We have the honour to bring to your knowledge that the Government of the DRVN recognizes and supports the declaration dated 4th September, 1958 of the Government of the PRO fixing the width of the Chinese territorial waters. The Government of the DRVN respects this decision and will give instructions to its State bodies to respect the 12-mile width of the territorial waters of China in all their relations in the maritime field with the PRC. I address to you, comrade Prime Minister, the assurance of my distinguished consideration".
Date 14 September 1958(1958-09-14)
Source collected by "www.spratlys.org"[1]
Author Vietnam Government
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Public domain This image is now in the public domain because its term of copyright has expired in China. According to copyright laws of the People's Republic of China (with legal jurisdiction in the mainland only, excluding Hong Kong and Macao) and the Republic of China (currently with jurisdiction in Taiwan, the Pescadores, Quemoy, Matsu, etc.), all photographs and cinematographic works enter the public domain 50 years after they were first published, or if unpublished 50 years from creation, and all non-photographic/non-cinematographic works enter the public domain fifty years after the death of the creator.
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