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dated May 27, 1954: UN mission to Indo-China

Mr. John Foster Dulles, U.S. Secretary of State, said in Washington on May 25 that America would support sending a United Nations peace observation mission to Indo-China if an appeal was made for one. Mr. Dulles reviewed at his weekly press conference the whole Indo-China situation and said that efforts were being made at Geneva to reach a negotiated settlement of the Indo-China war. Regarding separate Franco-American conversations in Paris, Mr. Dulles said that France had been informed of the conditions under which U.S. military intervention in the Indo-China war might be possible. Mr. Dulles said these conditions were the same as those which had been laid down for some time in public statements by President Eisenhower and himself.

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