Khmer-Thai border dispute will not lead to war

During a graduation ceremony at Koh Pech center Wednesday morning this week, prime minister Hun Sen expressed that the situation at Khmer-Thai border remains stable and that Cambodia keeps working on the plan to protect and conserve the temples.

“Though there was information about the increasing of army from West to East and from East to West, please do not worry about fighting,” he said.  “We will use negotiation to solve all the rest of the problem,” he continued.

He also mentioned that Cambodian troops have a duty to defend Cambodian territory, but will not invade any Thai territories. “Generally, Cambodia not the country to cause trouble with others,” he added.

by: Dara Saoyuth


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Coming from a simple family in Kampot province of Cambodia, I’ve spent most part of my teenage years in learning and working. Through those experiences, I’ve built myself up from the ground and finally, become an entrepreneur running a media production company with my co-founder.

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