On July 7, Prince Outhong Souvanavong, the President of the Council of Regents for the ULNLF, wrote to Kurt Waldheim, then secretary general of the United Nations, and sent copies of the letter to all of the member states of the United Nations, asking for time to present the "Laotian problems" at the United Nations conference on Cambodia.
Khamphay Abhay, based in Australia, as a replacement for the dissolved ULNLF. They called on "all Laotians in the free world to advocate for the freedom fighters and help promote peace, justice, freedom and affect democratic changes to the Laotian people." (111) Four months later, Vang Pao brought together some 439 registered delegates from Australia, Canada, France, Laos, and the United States to Minnesota to develop a new strategy to "resolve the Lao conflict by peaceful means." (112)
Unlike either the ULNLF or the ELOL of the past, these new organizations were entirely Hmong organizations that advocated for the creation of separate and sovereign Hmong states in northern Laos.