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 Statement of Samdech Norodom Sihanouk, Head of State of Cambodia

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Statement of Samdech Norodom Sihanouk, Head of State of Cambodia

Source: Peking Review, No. 21, May 22, 1970
Transcribed by www.wengewang.org


* The United Slates has no right to intervene militarily in Cambodia.
* The Cambodian people will not tolerate the so-called Asian conference engineered by U.S. imperialism and its lackeys to interfere in the internal affairs of Cambodia.

   The Private Secretarial of Samdech Norodom Sihanouk, Head of State of Cambodia, issued to the press in Peking on April 30 a statement of Samdech Norodom Sihanouk, Head of Stale of Cambodia and Chairman of the National United Front of Kampuchea, dated April 30. The text of the statement reads in full as follows:
   1. Certain imperialist or pro-imperialist circles have tried to minimize the importance of the resolutions of the recent Summit Conference of the Indo-Chinese Peoples, stressing that in these resolutions there is neither the formation of a "united front of the Indo-Chinese peoples/' nor the establishment of an organ of "co-operation” nor the expression of the determination to intensify the efforts of struggle against the common enemy, U.S. imperialism.
   Actually, the united front of the Indo-Chinese peoples exists de facto. Proof of this can be found in the following passages of the Joint Declaration signed on April 25, 1970:
   "The conference . . . arrived at a unanimous appraisal ... of the struggle of the three Indo-Chinese peoples against the common enemy, the American imperialist aggressors and their lackeys.'' . . .
   "In the face of this common enemy, the peoples of Indo-China have fought side by side in defence of their sacred national rights."
   . . . "The conference calls on the three peoples to redouble their vigilance, strengthen their solidarity and intensify the struggle against the common enemy — American imperialism and its flunkeys in the three countries — until complete victory.*'
   . . . "The different parties undertake to do everything possible to render mutual support in accordance with the desire of the interested party and on the basis of mutual respect."
   In this respect, an organ of liaison or co-operation is unnecessary because our four parties are in constant touch through diplomatic channels or at frequent meetings at the summit or at lower levels among responsible Khmer, Laotian and Vietnamese officials: "The parties agree," says the declaration, "that meetings will take place whenever it is necessary between their highest-level leaders or between competent representatives for exchanges of views on problems of common interest."
   . . . "The parties affirm their determination to . . . give mutual support in the struggle against the common enemy and to co-operate in the future and on a long-term basis in the building of each country following the road which it finds appropriate."
   As to the intensification of the efforts of straggle, it finds expression in the concluding part of the Joint Declaration:
   "They (the three peoples) have forged an indestructible solidarity . . . they possess greater strength . . -the three Indo-Chinese peoples on their victorious advance will make full use of their position of having the initiative and being on the offensive and persistently carry on and intensify the struggle in all fields, ..."
   2. Being aware that the regime of their valets Lon Nol-Sirik Matak is beset with mounting difficulties resulting from its unpopularity, its atrocious and unpardonable crimes and the series of military defeats inflicted upon it by the Khmer People's Liberation Army, the U.S. imperialists have ordered certain governments of their "allies" and satellites to launch several "schemes'' designed lo save the loitering Phnom Penh regime from its inevitable doom.
It is necessary to mention among these "Schemes

(a) A so-called Asian conference on Cambodia;
   (b) Formation of a so-called coalition government in Phnom Penh;
   (c) Internationalization of the civil war in Cambodia which has become "a foreign invasion' in the mouths of President Nixon and his lackeys. Adam Malik, Thanat Khoman and company.
   In the name of the Khmer people who are now fighting against the pro-American traitors and their master, U.S. imperialism. I have the honour to set forth our official position with regard to these three "schemes" as follows:
   (a) We deny in advance the right of the de-Asianized and Americanized governments of Bangkok, Seoul and Saigon and the non-Asian governments of Canberra and Wellington to interfere in whatever manner in the internal affairs of the Indo-Chinese peoples, of the Khmer people in particular.
   Indo-China belongs to the Indo-Chinese alone. The affairs of Cambodia concern only the Cambodians. The throe Indo-Chinese countries know only one foreign invasion, that is, the invasion by the United States, the sole violator of the Geneva Agreements of 1954 on Indo-China and that of 1962 on Laos.
   Therefore, if the de-Asianized Asians, Americanized Asians and servile Asian dependents of the United States as well as the sham Asians are to meet at a conference, they should put on the agenda of this conference the sole question of unconditional, total and immediate withdrawal of the ground, naval and air forces of the United States and its satellites from Indo-China.
   We recall that among the future participants in the projected sham Asian conference are those like Thailand, south Korea, Australia and New Zealand which, by sending their soldiers, have invaded and are committing aggression against south Viet Nam on the orders of U.S. imperialism.
   The conference to be convened by Mr. Adam Malik, the well-known servant of the United States, should therefore limit its "ambition" to bringing about a halt to this invasion and aggression,
   (b) We condemn in advance all solutions to be concocted by the United States directly or through intermediary "friendly" governments for the governmental problem of Phnom Penh with a view to giving Lon Nol a new chance of maintaining its power.
   Unless this regime of the .sanguinary traitor resigns totally and the arch traitors go into exile abroad, there will be no question of the Khmer people and their Liberation Army accepting any "modus Vivendi" with the corrupted Rightist and ultra-Rightist criminals and servants of U.S. imperialism.
   The Khmer people and their National United Front of Kampuchea and Liberation Army will continue lo light guns in hand, even if it should lake them several years till the Lon Nol-Sirik Matak regime is crushed, the traitors and their chief accomplices are punished and U.S. imperialism is rendered unable lo engineer another coup against Cambodia like that of March IB. 1970.
   (c) We resolutely condemn the attempts made by the Washington government and other governments acting as its accomplices lo describe the Khmer people's armed resistance to the fascist and traitorous Lon Nol regime as "foreign invasion" so as to justify the intervention ir, Cambodia by the imperialist and satellite forces.
   At present, with the support of the other brother peoples of Indo-China, the Khmer people alone, under the banner of the National United Front of Kampuchea, assume the responsibility of liberating Cambodia.
   This conforms to the April 25 Joint Declaration of the Summit Conference of the Indo-Chinese Peoples in letter and in spirit. The declaration says:
   "Inspired by the principle that the liberation and defence of each country is the affair of its own people, the different parties undertake to do everything possible lo render mutual support in accordance with the desire of the interested party and on the basis of mutual respect."
   We therefore declare that neither the United States nor any other country or government outside Indo-China has the right to intervene militarily in Indo-China in general and in Cambodia in particular.
   As far as our country Cambodia is concerned, we draw the attention of the powers outside Indo-China to the very grave consequences of their present or eventual intervention, for which they alone are to be held responsible.

signed: N. Sihanouk Peking. April 30, 1970
  
  
  

 
 
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