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In Brief: New Thai FM not a problem: cambodia

In Brief: New Thai FM not a problem: cambodia

Cambodia

is not concerned by a forthcoming change of Thai foreign ministers,

saying it will not affect ongoing negotiations over disputed border

areas. Bangkok is set to appoint a new foreign minister following the

departure of Tej Bunnag, who resigned last week after only six weeks on

the job. Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Sin Bunthoeun said the

new Thai minister, likely to be Sarok Chavanaviraj, has been working in

Thailand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs for years.

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