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In Brief: Thai, Cambodian military to meet

In Brief: Thai, Cambodian military to meet

Officers from Cambodia's Military Region 5 and Thailand's Military Region 1 are to meet next week to discuss border security and procedures for dealing with Cambodians who try to enter Thailand illegally. "We will discuss border security, drug trafficking and cooperation between our two armed forces," General Bun Seng said. "We will also raise the issue of the death of a Cambodian man shot by Thai solders at the border and a second man who was injured," he said. The meeting is to take place in Thailand.

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