From the implementation of the ceasefire to the formation of the government in accordance with Articles 9 (b) and 14 of this Agreement, the two South Vietnamese parties do not accept the introduction of troops, military advisers and military personnel, including technical military personnel, weapons, ammunition and war equipment in southern Vietnam. On January 15, 1973, President Nixon announced the suspension of offensive actions against North Vietnam. On January 23, Kissinger and Tha met again and signed a contract essentially identical to that of three months earlier. The agreement was signed by the heads of the official delegations on 27 January 1973 at the Majestic Hotel in Paris. The parties agree to convene all international conferences within 30 days of the signing of this agreement for the recognition of the signed agreements; to ensure an end to the war, the maintenance of peace in Vietnam, respect for the fundamental rights of the Vietnamese people and the right of the South Vietnamese people to self-determination; and contribute and guarantee peace in Indochina. At the time of the peace agreement, the United States agreed to replace the equipment in succession. But the United States has not given its word. Is the word of an American reliable these days? The United States has not kept its promise to help us fight for freedom, and in the same struggle the United States has lost 50,000 of its young men.  (a) The joint military commissions of the four and bipartisan parties will assume the task of determining without delay the modalities of the implementation of the provisions of this protocol, in accordance with their respective responsibilities, in accordance with Articles 16 bis and 17 bis of the agreement. If, in carrying out its tasks, the Joint Military Commission fails to agree on a question of the return of captured personnel, it goes to the international commission to assist it. The end of the war, the restoration of peace in Vietnam and the strict implementation of this agreement will create the necessary conditions for the establishment of a new, equitable and mutually beneficial relationship between the United States and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, on the basis of respect for the independence and sovereignty of the other and non-interference in the internal affairs of the other. At the same time, it will ensure a stable peace in Vietnam and contribute to the maintenance of a lasting peace in Indochina and Southeast Asia.
(a) the importation of alternative weapons, ammunition and war equipment authorized by Article 7 of the agreement is carried out under the control and control of the Joint Military Commission and the International Monitoring and Surveillance Commission, as well as ports of entry designated by both sides of southern Vietnam. Both South Vietnamese parties agree to these entry points within 15 days of the ceasefire coming into force. The two South Vietnamese parties can choose up to six ports of entry that are not on the list of places where the teams of the International Monitoring and Surveillance Commission are mandated under Article 4, Point (d), of the Protocol on the International Commission. At the same time, both South Vietnamese parties may also choose the entry points on the entry list under Article 4, Point (d) of this protocol. (a) the United States and other third countries covered by Article 5 of the agreement carry all your weapons, ammunition and war equipment in the application of Article 5 of the agreement. The transfer of these objects, which they would be left in southern Vietnam, cannot take place after the agreement enters into force, with the exception of the transfer of cornmunications, transport and other non-combat-related equipment to the Joint Military Commission of the Four Parties or the International Monitoring and Surveillance Commission.