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Thai: No more response to Cambodia on border dispute ខែកក្កដា 24, 2008

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BANGKOK, July 23 (Xinhua) — The Thai government will avoid responding to Cambodia on the border dispute near Preah Vihear temple, Thailand’s Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej said here on Wednesday.

    Thailand expected that “after Cambodia finished its general election scheduled on July 27, it will be more willing to discuss the issue with Thailand,” Samak was quoted by local news network The Nation as saying.

    Meanwhile, at the request of Cambodia, the United Nations (UN) has included the border dispute between Thailand and Cambodia in its emergency session scheduled on July 24.

    Thai Permanent Representative to the UN Don Pramudwinai said that the inclusion of the dispute in the agenda is in line with the UN regulations which will consider any complaint from member states.

    “We have expected this to happen because it is in line with the UN regulations. Now we are discussing the matter,” Don was quoted as saying.

    The military standoff between Cambodia and Thailand has entered second week. Both countries historically laid claim to the 11th century temple, which now sits on Cambodian soil following the action of the International Court of Justice which awarded the ancient temple to Cambodia in 1962. However, the temple can practicably only be accessed from Thailand.

ប្រភព៖ http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2008-07/23/content_8755657.htm

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