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The Michigan Daily - Monday, January 10, 1994 - 7

5 U.S. senators urge end of Vietnam boycott

HANOI, Vietnam (AP) - The
chair and four members of a power-
ful U.S. Senate committee urged
President Clinton yesterday to
quickly1lift the trade embargo against
Vietnam and restore diplomatic re-
lations after nearly 20 years.
"I frankly am pretty confident
that the embargo will be lifted be-
cause it's the only thing to do at this
time," said Sen. J. Bennett Johnston
(D-La.) who chairs the Senate En-
ergy and Natural Resources Com-
mittee. "The march of history is in
that direction. I think the president

will be prepared to act quickly."
Johnston said the secretary-gen-
eral of Vietnam's Communist Party,
Do Muoi, told the senators that "Viet-
nam was very anxious to renew rela-
tions with the United States, that he
regards the United States as a friend,
not as an enemy."
The two countries broke off diplo-
matic and economic relations in 1975
after communist North Vietnam de-
feated the South Vietnamese govern-
ment and reunified the country.
"It is time to close the book on the
past," Johnston told a news confer-

ence attended by all seven senators.
"It is time to renew and reconcile our
relationship with Vietnam and move
on to a new chapter. I believe that is in
the interest of the United States, in the
interest of the MIAs and their fami-
lies, and in the interest of stability."
The Senate group arrived in Hanoi
Saturday on a three-day visit to assess
U.S.-Vietnamese trade and diplomatic
relations. They also reviewed progress
and cooperation from the Hanoi gov-
ernment in the accounting of 2,239
Americans listed as missing in action
from the Vietnam War.

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MOSCOW (AP) - In their first mass protest since
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terday shouted "Hang Yeltsin!" and rallied support for the
Communists and ultranationalists who move into parlia-
ment this week.
Just three days before President Clinton arrives in
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marched to the U.S. Embassy with red Soviet banners
yelling "Fascists!" and "Yankee go home!"
Several dozen police officers watched the demonstra-
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The protest was held several hundred yards from the
Russian White House, the former parliament headquar-
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Two demonstrators look at photos of victims killed during the seige of the Russian parliament last October. AP PHOTO
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corrugated cardboard. This
was only 18% of the total
waste we disposed of. We
know we can do better in 1994
if everyone at the University
makes the commitment. That
means all faculty, all staff and
all students. That means you.
So what are you waiting for?

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Show your support
for recycling!
And make recycling your
New Year's pledge. Over
110 buildings on campus
have recycling containers
for office paper, newspaper
or cardboard. Twenty-
seven buildings have
containers for glass bottles,
cans and plastics. Chances
are, recvclina is not far from

Registration includes
FRIDAY EVENING: January 21,1994
Ron Brooks Jazz Trio Benefit Concert, 7:00 pm at the North Campus Commons
SATURDAY CONFERENCE: January 22,1994
Choice of Two Woshops luncheon, Dessert Reception'
For addUonhMiormaton, IaM cal 313 -936M80

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