Thailand, Cambodia leaders agree to border dispute talks

September 22, 2008 at 1:29 am Leave a comment

Radio Australia, Australia – September 22, 2008

Thailand’s Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat and his Cambodian counterpart Hun Sen are reported to have agreed to resolve the border dispute around Ta Kwai temple.

The Bangkok Post says they have decided to discuss the matter at the ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting in New York, on September the 29th.

It quotes a foreign ministry official in Bangkok saying the premiers from the two countries held a telephone conversation recently and both agreed that the Thai-Cambodian border row can be solved through bilateral means.

The new development comes after Cambodia’s prime minister accused Thailand of border intrusion into Ta Kwai last week

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