Thai Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwan arrived in Siem Reap on Tuesday for annual talks with his Cambodian counterpart, Tea Banh. Officials said on the top of the agenda for discussions is how to reduce military confrontation along the border by reducing troop buildup on both sides, particularly in the Preah Vihear area. "The secretariat is preparing the documents for Tuesday's talk," said an official from the ministry who did not want to be named. "Today, top officials for the meeting are playing golf."
In Brief: Annual talks to address border
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