Vietnam hands over documents on PoWs
Monday 19 April 1993
Vietnamese officials said the papers included a list of 386 American prisoners whom Hanoi said it was holding in 1972, a list apparently given to the US for the first time. Delegations led by Mr Vessey and the Vietnamese Foreign Minister, Nguyen Manh Cam, held five hours of talks about the Americans' search for more than 2,000 US servicemen unaccounted for from the war, which ended in 1975.
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