208. Editorial Note

On June 2, 1962, the International Commission for Supervision and Control in Vietnam (ICC), comprised of the representatives of Canada, Poland, and India (chair), issued its Special Report to the Co-Chairmen of the Geneva Conference on Indo-China. The report was made public on June 25 and on July 2, the Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State, released it as a special publication. This publication included the report itself, two letters to the ICC liaison offices in Saigon and Hanoi protesting lack of cooperation with the ICC in its attempts to inspect for war material in North and South Vietnam (April 5 and 6), a statement of dissent from the Report by the Polish Delegation (June 2), and an Indian refutation of the Polish dissent (June 2).