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Wednesday, 5 December 1973
Page: 2439


Senator GREENWOOD (VICTORIA) -My question is directed to the Minister representing the Prime Minister. I refer to the alarming reports which are coming out of Vietnam as to the renewal of conflict in that country. Is it not a fact that the attacks of the character which have been made for the South Vietnamese Government, the South Vietnamese fuel supplies and so on are activities contrary to the cease fire agreement which was made earlier this year? Will the Government protest to North Vietnam and, if it will not protest to North Vietnam, what condition has to exist in that country before the Government will give expression to its much vaunted belief that peace should prevail in that area?


Senator MURPHY (NEW SOUTH WALES) (Attorney-General) - I ask that the question be placed on notice.







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