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(a) The provisional military demarcation line is fixed as follows, reading from east to west:
the mouth of the Song Ben Hat (Cue Tung River) and the course of that river (known as the Rao Thanh in the mountains) to the village of Bo Ho Su, then the parallel of Bo Ho Su to the Laos-Viet-Nam frontier.
(b) The dimilitarized zone shall be delimited by Trung Gia Military Commission in accordance-with the provisions of article 1 of the Agreement on the cessation of hostilities in Viet-Nam.
(a) NORTH VIET-NAM
Delineation of the boundary of the provisional assembly area of the French Union forces
1. The perimeter of Hanoi is delimited by the arc of a circle with a radius of 15 kilometres, having as its centre the right bank abutment of Doumer Bridge and running westwards from the Red River to the Rapids Canal in the north-east.
In this particular case no forces of the French Union shall be stationed less than 2 kilometres from this perimeter, on the inside thereof.
2. The perimeter of Haiphong shall be delimited by the Song-Van-Uc as far as Kim Thanh and a line running from the Song-Van-Uc three kilometres north-east of Kim Thanh to cut Road No. 18 two kilometres east of Mao-Khe. Thence a line running three kilometres north of Road 18 to Cho-Troi and a straight line from Cho-Troi to the Mong-Duong ferry.
3. A corridor contained between:
In the south, the Red River from Thanh-Tri to Bang-Nho, thence a line joining the latter point to Do-My (southwest of Kesat), Gia-Loc and Tien Kieu;
In the north, a line running along the Rapids Canal at a distance of 1,500 metres to the north of the Canal, passing three kilometres north of Pha-Lai and Seven Pagodas and thence parallel to Road No. 18 to its point of intersection with the perimeter of Haiphong.
NOTE: Throughout the period of evacuation of the perimeter of Hanoi, the river forces of the French Union shall enjoy complete freedom of movement on the Song-Van-Uc. And the forces of the People's Army of Viet-Nam shall withdraw three kilometres south of the south bank of the Song-Van-Uc.
Boundary between the perimeter of Hanoi and the perimeter of Haiduong
A straight line running from the Rapids Canal three kilometres west of Chi-ne and ending at Do-My (eight kilometres south-west of Kesat).
(b) CENTRAL VIET-NAM
Delineation of the boundary of the provisional assembly area of the forces of the Viet-Nam People's Army south of the Col des Nuages parallel
The perimeter of the Central Viet-Nam area shall consist of the administrative boundaries of the provinces of Quang-Ngai and Binh-Dinh as they were defined before the hostilities.
(c) SOUTH VIET-NAM
Three provisional assembly areas shall be provided for the forces of the People's Army of Viet-Nam.
The boundaries of these areas are as follows:
1. Xuyen-Moc, Ham-Tan Area
Western boundary: The course of the Song-Ray extended northwards as far as Road No. 1 to a point thereon eight kilometres east of the intersection of Road No. 1 and Road No. 3.
Northern boundary: Road No. 1 from the above-mentioned intersection to the intersection with Route Communale No. 9 situated 27 kilometres west-south-west of Phanthiet and from that intersection a straight line to Kim Thanh on the coast.
2. Plaine des Jones Area
Northern boundary: The Viet-Nam Cambodia frontier.
Western boundary: A straight line from Tong-Binh to Binh-Thanh.
Southern boundary: Course of the Fleuve Anterieur (Mekong) to ten kilometres south-east of Cao Lanh. From that point, a straight line as far as Ap-My-Dien, and from Ap-My-Dien a line parallel to and three kilometres east and then south of the Tong Doc-Loc Canal, this line reaches My-Hanh-Dong and thence Hung-Thanh-My.
Eastern boundary: A straight line from Hung-Thanh-My running northwards to the Cambodian frontier son, Doi-Bao-Voi.
3. Point Camau Area
Northern boundary: The Song-Cai-lon from its mouth to its junction with the Rach-Nuoc-Trong, thence the Rach-Nuoc-Trong to the bend five kilometres north-east of Ap-Xeo-La. Thereafter a line to the Ngan-Dua Canal and following that Canal as far as Vinh-Hung. Finally, from Vinh-Hung a north-south line to the sea.
American Foreign Policy 1950-1955
Basic Documents Volumes I and II
Department of State Publication 6446
General Foreign Policy Series 117
Washington, DC : U.S. Governemnt Printing Office, 1957