The British and Communist Chinese delegations agreed on the sidelines of the conference on the revaluation of their diplomatic relations. [24] Diplomats from South Korea, North Korea, the People`s Republic of China (PRC), the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United States of America discussed the Korean side of the conference. For Indochina, the agreements were concluded between France, Viet Minh, the USSR, the PRC, the United States, the United Kingdom and the future states of French Indochina. [4] The agreement temporarily separated Vietnam into two zones, a northern area to be ruled by Viet Minh and a southern area to be ruled by the State of Vietnam and then under the leadership of former Emperor Beo II. A final declaration of the conference, issued by the British President of the Conference, called for parliamentary elections to be held for the creation of a single Vietnamese state until July 1956. Although they helped create the agreements, they were not signed directly or accepted by delegates from the state of Vietnam and the United States, and the State of Vietnam refused to allow elections, which led to the Vietnam War the following year. The conference signed three separate ceasefire agreements on Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. The Geneva Convention is an interim agreement to reach a final solution, many define it as an "agreement for the conclusion of an agreement" and, although the Venezuelan interpretation invalidates the price of 1899, the status quo it has deduced is maintained. Therefore, the offending area is under the authority of the Government of Guyana until something else is resolved under the treaty. The first article of the document indicates that Venezuela`s assertion that the court`s decision that defined its border with British Guiana was not accepted is acknowledged. When the United Kingdom and Guyana (then British Guiana) signed the agreement, they acknowledged Venezuela`s assertion and disagreement and remembered a peaceful, practical and satisfactory solution for the parties. [7] Geneva Conventions, a series of international agreements concluded in Geneva between 1864 and 1949 to mitigate the impact of the war on soldiers and civilians.

Two additional protocols to the 1949 agreement were approved in 1977. The end of the Cold War, which suppressed ethnic tensions in Central and Eastern European countries, provoked a series of civil wars that blurred the distinction between internal and international conflicts and made it more difficult to enforce the law in this area. In a number of cases (for example. B in Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Somalia), the UN Security Council has declared internal conflicts a threat or violation of international peace and security, making its resolutions on conflicts binding on combatants. As a result of the Security Council`s activities in extending the definition of international armed conflicts, more and more incarnations of the Geneva Conventions and their protocols are considered binding on all states. Among these rules is the humane treatment of civilians and prisoners of war. After intense negotiations that began on 8 May 1954, the day after the fall of the French garrison at Dien Bien Phu, agreements were finally signed on 21 July between the French and Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodian representatives.