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U.S.-Viet MIA Talks Progress

May 27, 1987|Associated Press

HANOI — U.S. and Vietnamese officials today finished two rounds of talks on Americans missing in action and reported progress in setting the stage for later high-level discussions.

Deputy Foreign Minister Dinh Nho Liem, who headed the Vietnamese team, said, however, that Hanoi wanted to talk about broad bilateral relations during the proposed high-level talks, something that Washington has said is unacceptable. The American team headed by Richard Childress, a member of the National Security Council, returns home Thursday.

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