04 Mar '11, 9am

Cambodia says it is ready for border observers | Staits Times

Cambodia says it is ready for border observers | Staits Times

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen piled the pressure on Thailand regarding the stationing of observers at the border to monitor a permanent ceasefire in the area adjacent to Preah Vihear Temple. -- PHOTO: AFP THAILAND - CAMBODIAN Prime Minister Hun Sen on Thursday piled the pressure on Thailand regarding the stationing of observers at the border to monitor a permanent ceasefire in the area adjacent to Preah Vihear Temple. 'I appeal to Indonesia, if Thailand is hesitant about observers, then please send them urgently to the Cambodian side at the disputed border area,' Mr Hun Sen said during the celebration of the 13th national cultural day at Phnom Penh's Chaktomuk Hall. Thailand and Cambodia agreed during an informal meeting of Asean foreign ministers in Jakarta on Feb 22 to allow Indonesian observers to assess the situation after a border skirmish on Feb 4 to 7 killed some...

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