The Vietnamese People`s Army withdraws within 300 days (19 May) from the temporary assembly areas to regroup the area north of the demarcation line. 1955), according to the following calendar: De Xuyen-Moc, Ham Tan-80 days (October 11, 1954) From central Vietnam I-80 days (October 11, 1954) By the Jones Plain-100 days (November 1, 1954) By Central Vietnam 11-100 days (11. November 1954) From Cape Camau-200 days (February 8, 1954) , 1955) Central Vietnam 111-300 days (May 19, 1955) [art. 15] While the three conventions (later known as the Geneva Convention) were dated 20 July (to meet Mr. 30 days` deadline, they were signed on the morning of 21 July. :605 Concentration must be completed within 120 days (November 20, 1954) [Art. 14] 1. The Geneva Conventions refer to a series of agreements on the future of Vietnam. They were developed during multilateral discussions in Geneva between March and July 1954.
Gardner, Lloyd. Reconciliation with Vietnam: from World War II to Dienbienphu, 1941-1954. Norton, New York 1988. MAJOR PROVISIONS OF THE 1954 GENEVA ACCORDS Three cessation of hostilities agreements for Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia 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 at Dien Phu. The Geneva Conventions were signed in July 1954. As part of the agreement, the French agreed to withdraw their troops from northern Vietnam. Vietnam would be temporarily divided at the 17th parallel, until elections were held within two years to elect a president and reunite the country. During these two years, no foreign forces were able to enter Vietnam. Ho reluctantly signed the deal, even though he believed he was betrayed by the spoils of his victory.
The non-communist puppet government set up by the French in southern Vietnam refused to sign, but without the support of France, this was hardly worrying at the time. The United States also refused to sign, but pledged to abide by the agreement. North Vietnam:0800 (local), 27 July 1954 Central Vietnam: 0800 (local), 1 August 1954 South Vietnam: 0800 (local), 11 August 1954 [Art 11] The agreement was signed by the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, France, the People`s Republic of China, the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom. The State of Vietnam rejected the agreement, while the United States said it “takes note” of the ceasefire agreements and said it would “refrain from threatening or using force to disrupt them.” :606 The conference took place on 26 April 1954 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.