Agreement Geneva

Diplomats from South Korea, North Korea, the People`s Republic of China (PRC), the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United States of America discussed the Korean side of the conference. For Indochina, the agreements were concluded between France, Viet Minh, the USSR, the PRC, the United States, the United Kingdom and the future states of French Indochina. [4] The agreement temporarily separated Vietnam into two zones, a northern area to be ruled by Viet Minh and a southern area to be ruled by the State of Vietnam and then under the leadership of former Emperor Beo II. A final declaration of the conference, issued by the British President of the Conference, called for parliamentary elections to be held for the creation of a single Vietnamese state until July 1956. Although they helped create the agreements, they were not signed directly or accepted by delegates from the state of Vietnam and the United States, and the State of Vietnam refused to allow elections, which led to the Vietnam War the following year. The conference signed three separate ceasefire agreements on Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. The agreement to settle the dispute over the border between Venezuela and British Guiana, commonly known as the Geneva Agreement, is a treaty signed on 17 February 1966 in Geneva, Switzerland, which settled the dispute between Venezuela and the United Kingdom over the Border between Venezuela and British Guiana. [1] Signed by representatives of Venezuela and the United Kingdom, as well as by the Prime Minister of British Guiana, the treaty took detailed steps to resolve border disputes. The differences of opinion are due to Venezuela`s assertion that the “1899 (Arbitration) Award on the border between British Guiana and Venezuela was null and void,[1] followed by Venezuela, which declared ownership of much of Guyana.” [3] Discussions on the issue of Vietnam began at the conference, when France suffered its worst military defeat of the war, when Vietnamese troops conquered the French base of Dien Bien Phu.