The World: Moving to Hanoi

When India announced in January that it was upgrading its diplomatic relations with North Viet Nam from consular to ambassadorial level, without doing as much for South Viet Nam, Saigon vented its anger on the International Control Commission.* The new Indian head of the ICC, Dr. L.N. Ray, was barred by the Thieu regime from entering the country, and all Indian members of the commission were advised that their visas would not be renewed as of Sept. 30.

Two weeks ago, the commission met in Saigon and voted unanimously to transfer the headquarters of its chair man and secretary-general...

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