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 Tenth Anniversary of Founding of South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation Celebrated

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Tenth Anniversary of Founding of South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation Celebrated


Source: Peking Review, No. 52, December 25, 1970
Transcribed by www.WENGEWANG.ORG


    MORE than 10.000 revolutionary people were gathered at a grand rally in Peking's magnificent Great Hall of the People on December 20 to warmly celebrate the 10th anniversary of the founding of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation. The Delegation of the Central Committee of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation (S.V.N.N.F.L.), led by Dang Tran Thi, Member of the Presidium of the S.V.N.N.F.L. Central Committee, came to China to take part in the celebration and pay a friendship visit. Stormy applause greeted all members of the delegation when they appeared at the rally.
   Present at the rally were Chou En-lai, Member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Premier of the State Council; Huang Yung-sheng, Member of the Political Bureau of the C.P.C. Central Committee and Chief of the General Staff of the Chinese People's Liberation Army; Yao Wen-yuan, Member of the Political Bureau of the C.P.C. Central Committee; Wu Fa-hsien, Li Tso-peng and Chiu Hui-tso, Members of the Political Bureau of the C.P.C. Central Committee and Deputy Chiefs of the P.L.A. General Staff; Chi Teng-kuei, Alternate Member of the Political Bureau of the C.P.C. Central Committee; Li Teh-sheng, Alternate Member of the Political Bureau of the C.P.C. Central Committee and Director of the P.L.A. General Political Department; Wang Tung-hsing, Alternate Member of the Political Bureau of the C.P.C. Central Committee; and Kuo Mo-jo, Member of the C.P.C. Central Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.
   Samdech Norodom Sihanouk, Head of State and Chairman of the National United Front of Cambodia, and Mme. Sihanouk, and Samdech Penn Nouth, Chairman of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the National United Front of Cambodia and Prime Minister of the Royal Government of National Union of Cambodia, and Mme. Penn Nouth attended the rally, taking their seats in the front row on the rostrum.
   Also seated in the front row on the rostrum were Bui Tan Linh, Charge d'Affairea ad interim of the Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam in China, and Mme. Bui Tan Linh, and Tran Huu Du, D.R.V.N. Vicc-Minister of Light Industry currently visiting China; Laotian friends General and Mme. Muon Mongkhunvilay; and Kim Jae Suk, Cha [cannot identify names here. --Transcriber] ad interim of the Embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
   Comrade Yao Wen-yuan spoke at the rally. He was followed by Head of Delegation Dang Tran Thi with a speech of great warmth. Both speeches were punctuated by outbursts of thunderous applause (excerpts of speeches follow on p. 9 and p. 11 respectively). Silk banners were exchanged between the Chinese and Vietnamese comrades-in-arms, and the hall resounded with the shouting of slogans. The rally ended amid the stirring strains of The Internationale.
   Also present on the occasion were other distinguished Cambodian guests, Vietnamese and Laotian comrades visiting China at the time, officials of the Embassies of the Republic of South Vict Nam and the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam and Vietnamese experts and students in China. Diplomatic envoys accredited to Peking attended the rally.

Arrival in Peking

   Led by Dang Tran Thi, Member of the Presidium of the S.V.N.N.F.L. Central Committee, the Delegation of the Central Committee of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation arrived in P.-king on December 18. The deputy leaders of the delegation were Nguyen Van Quang. Member of the Central Committee of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation and Ambassador of the Republic of South Viet Nam to China (already in Peking), and Dang Hai Van, high-ranking cadre of the South Viet Nam liberation Armed Forces. Delegation members were Bui Thi Thanh Van, Member of the Central Executive Committee of the South Viet Nam Women's Union for Liberal ion; Ngo Van Ranh. combat hero of the South Viet Nam Liberation Armed Forces; Huynh Quang Thuyen, intrepid fighter against the U.S. aggressors; Dang Kim Ngon, Vice-Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Quang Nam-Da Nang Youth Union for Liberation, and Tran Quang Kiem, cadre of the South Viet Nam Liberation Federation of Trade Unions.
   Full of high admiration for the heroic Vietnamese people, several hundred thousand revolutionary people in Poking lined the streets in the cold weather to give a rousing welcome to the envoys of the fraternal south Vietnamese people. Huang Yuntj-shvng, Wu Fa-hsien, Chiu Hui-tso, Li Teh-sheng and Kuo Mo-jo were at the airport to welcome the guests. A1so at the airport to greet the arrival of the delegation from south Viet Nam were  Thiouim  Munim,  Minister of Economy and Finance, and Van Piny, Second Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs, of the Royal Government of National Union of Cambodia; D.R.V.N. Charge d'Affaires Bui Tan Linh and Mme. Bui Tan Linh, and D.R.V.N. embassy officials; officials of the Embassy of the Republic of South Viet Nam; and Vietnamese experts and trainees in Peking.
   Peking was permeated with a revolutionary atmosphere of unity in struggle between the Chinese and Vietnamese people. Huge streamers of welcome hung across the main thoroughfare, which was thronged with large crowds of people waiting to welcome the Vietnamese comrades-in-arms long before their drive past.
   When the Vietnamese comrades-in-arms alighted from the airliner, the airport was all astir with the beating of drums and gongs and cheering mingled with the repeated shouting of slogans. Accompanied by Chief of General Staff Huang Yung-sheng and others, the guests drove to the city proper. Countless balloons in a myriad of colour soared to the sky, and eight of them of extra big size trailing slogans of welcome floated overhead, when the motorcade reached Tien An Men Square. The welcoming crowds on the square's reviewing stands formed with red and golden paper flowers patterns of Welcome both in Chinese and Vietnamese. In the square, artists executed to the strains of revolutionary music Viet Nam Is Sure to Win, Militia women and People of the World Ave Sure to Win and other dances.
   Among those at the airport to welcome the delegation were Members of the Standing Committer of the National People's Congress, leading members of the general departments, services and arms of the Chinese People's Liberation Army and the P.L.A. Peking Units, leading members of departments under the C.P.C. Central Committee and the State Council, the Peking Municipal Revolutionary Committee and the Chinese People's Association for Friendship With Foreign Countries as well as representatives of workers, poor and lower-middle peasants, combat heroes and Red Guards. Diplomatic envoys accredited to Peking were also present.

Premier Chou Fetes Delegation

   Premier Chou En-lai gave a grand banquet on December 19 in the Great Hall of the People, warmly welcoming the delegation from south Viet Nam. Samdech and Mme. Penn Nouth, Charge d'Affaires and Mme. Bui Tan Linh, General and Mme. Huon Mong-khunvilay and Charge d'Affaires Kim Jae Suk were invited to the banquet. Chinese leaders present on the occasion were Huang Yung-sheng, Yao Wen-yuan, Wu Fa-hsion, Li Tso-pcng, Chiu Hui-lso, Li Teh-sheng, Chi Teng-kuei, Wang Tung-hsing and Kuo Mo-jo. Chief of General Staff Huang Yung-sheng and Head of Delegation Dang Tran Thi made warm speeches at the banquet.
   Speaking on behalf of the Communist Party of China and the Chinese Government and people, Huang Yung-sheng extended the warmest welcome to the envoys of the heroic south Vietnamese people.
   The Vietnamese people, he said, are a people with sublime heroism, and the Vietnamese nation is a great indomitable nation. In the pant decade, U.S. imperialism has dispatched more than 500,000 aggressor troops, employed all means of war except atom bombs and unleashed in south Viet Nam the most barbarous and most brutal war of aggression in the contemporary world. However, none of these acts can intimidate the heroic Vietnamese people who are safeguarding their national "independence and freedom." Under the wise leadership of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation and the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Viet Nam, the south Vietnamese people, displaying the revolutionary spirit of defying brute force and fighting valiantly and persevering in a protracted people's war, have badly battered U.S. imperialism, reputedly a superpower. The north Vietnamese people have defeated U.S. imperialism in its destructive war and have become a staunch bastion for supporting and assisting their kinsmen in the south. The great victories of the Vietnamese people's war against U.S. aggression and for national salvation provide a brilliant example showing that "a weak nation can defeat a strong, a small nation can defeat a big," and constitute a tremendous encouragement and support to the anti-imperialist revolutionary struggle of the people of the world.
   At present, the revolutionary situation in Indo-China is getting better and better. The Chinese people warmly hail the great victories won by the three peoples of Indo-China and sincerely wish the three fraternal peoples of Indo-China new and still greater victories on their road of triumphant advance.
   Of late, Huang Yung-sheng went on, U.S. imperialism has again flagrantly dispatched large numbers of aircraft to carry out barbarous bombings of north Viet Nam and ceaselessly clamoured for expansion of the war, vainly attempting to intimidate the Vietnamese people. This is a demonstration of the outward ferocity but inward weakness of the U.S. aggressors who are in the throes of their death-bed struggle. The Appeal issued by the Central Committee of the Viet Nam Workers* Party and the Government of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam on December 10 gives full expression to the iron will of the 34 million Vietnamese people who are determined to defeat the U.S. bandits, and is a powerful answer to the U.S. imperialist frantic provocations against the Vietnamese people. We firmly believe that the heroic peoples of Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia, united as one, supporting each other and fighting shoulder to shoulder, will certainly smash all the new war blackmail and military adventures of the U.S. aggressors.
   Armed with Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought, the 700 million Chinese people pledge themselves to provide a powerful backing for the Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodian peoples. At all times and under all circumstances, we will render all-out support and assistance to you till the U.S. aggressors are completely driven out of Indo-China, Huang Yung-sheng concluded.
   In the past decade, Dang Tran Thi pointed out in his speech, under the leadership of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation and the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Viet Nam, the south Vietnamese armymen and people, after innumerable sacrifices and trials, have, together with their 20 million kinsmen in the north, frustrated all strategies of U.S. imperialism and continuously, won tremendous and all-round victories. Particularly since early spring of 1968, the south Vietnamese armymen and people have given full scope to their initiative on all the battlefields and forced the enemy into an increasingly passive and defensive position. They are now smashing the Nixon government's so-called plan of "Vietnamizing'' the war.
   The Nixon government has suffered heavy defeats in all respects on the Indo-China battlefields and is beset with troubles both at home and abroad, but it has not given up its ambitious design of carrying out aggression against Viet Nam and Indo-China. Of late, the Nixon government has again flagrantly sent out planes to bomb many areas of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam and has been carrying out war blackmail. However, the Vietnamese people who have long been tested in battle arc not frightened at all. No brute force of U.S. imperialism and its lackeys can shake the iron will of the Vietnamese people. No adventurous act of U.S. imperialism can save it from its thorough defeat. The only correct way for U.S. imperialism to stave off ignominious defeat is to accept the 10-point overall solution and eight supplementary points of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation and the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Viet Nam.
   Viet Nam and China are neighbours as closely related as the lips and the teeth, he said. In the long war against U.S. imperialist aggression, the entire Vietnamese people and the south Vietnamese people have continuously received unparalleled, precious, all-round, effective and timely support and assistance from the Communist Party of China, the Government of the People's Republic of China and the fraternal Chinese people. As respected and beloved Chairman Mao has said, "The fraternal south Vietnamese people and the entire fraternal Vietnamese people can rest assured that their struggle is our struggle. The 700 million Chinese people provide a powerful backing for the Vietnamese people; the vast expanse of China's territory is their reliable rear area."
   Our respected and beloved leader President Ho made constant efforts during his lifetime to foster this great friendship. He said:
   "Profound is the friendship between Viet Nam and China, who are both comrades and brothers."
   The unity and friendship between the Vietnamese and Chinese people have been forged and tested in the long years of revolutionary struggles. In the current war of the Vietnamese people against U.S. aggression and for national salvation, whenever U.S. imperialism makes a move to escalate the war, the Communist Party of China, the Chinese Government and the fraternal Chinese people strengthen their efforts to assist us.
   Dang Tran Thi went on: Allow me to take this opportunity to express, on behalf of the south Vietnamese people and the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation, our most profound gratitude to respected and beloved Chairman Mao, the Chinese Communist Party, the Chinese Government and the fraternal Chinese people.
   As fighters who are directly engaged in the struggle against U.S. imperialist aggression, he said, we firmly support the Chinese people in their struggle to liberate their inalienable, sacred territory Taiwan Province.
   Our struggle will remain protracted and arduous but will certainly be victorious. Together with the people of the whole country, the 14 million south Vietnamese people are determined to realize the great sacred testament of President Ho Chi Minn: "The resistance war against U.S. aggression may drag out. Our compatriots may have to undergo new sacrifices in terms of property and human lives. In any case, we must be resolved to fight against the U.S. aggressors till total victory." Illuminated by the Summit Conference of the Indo-Chinese Peoples, the 14 million south Vietnamese people are determined to fight shoulder to shoulder with the fraternal peoples of Cambodia and Laos till final victory, said Dang Tran Thi.
   Other distinguished guests from Cambodia, officials of the Embassy of the Republic of South Viet Nam and the Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam and Vietnamese experts and students in China attended the banquet. Diplomatic envoys in Peking were also invited to the function.
   Leading comrades of the Chinese Party and Government Chou En-lai. Huang Yung-sheng, Yao Wen-yuan, Wu Fa-hsien, Li Tso-peng, Chiu Hui-tso, Chi Teng-kuei, Li Teh-sheng, Wang Tung-hsing and Kuo Mo-jo met all comrades on the south Viet Nam delegation on the evening of December 19. Hosts and guests had a very cordial and friendly conversation.
  
  
  
  

 
 
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