About 20 senior government leaders met with Thai officials yesterday in Phnom Penh to discuss border issues, including combating human and drug trafficking and illegal logging, officials said.
Ministry of Interior Secretary of State Sak Setha said that the closed-door meeting included provincial governors along the Cambodian-Thai border.
“We have discussed many issues, such as border-crossing checkpoints, trade, strengthening ties between the provincial governors of both countries,” Sak Setha said.
The group also broached the topic of Cambodian loggers being shot at by Thai soldiers, he added.
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