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In Brief: PM considering asean summit

In Brief: PM considering asean summit

Prime Minister

Hun Sen is considering whether to attend the upcoming Asean summit,

following the dramatic collapse of the April 10 Pattaya meeting due to

protests by Thailand's "red shirt" opposition, said Koy Kuong,

spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Thai Prime Minister

Abhisit Vejjajiva announced Tuesday that the Asean summit would now be

held by May in the beach resort of Phuket.


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