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In Brief: Thai 'incursion' meeting postponed

In Brief: Thai 'incursion' meeting postponed

A

meeting between Thai and Cambodian military commanders planned for

Tuesday was cancelled after RCAF commanders were called to an urgent

meeting in Siem Reap province. "The meeting planned was cancelled

because [the RCAF commanders] had an urgent duty to work," Srey Doek,

Commander of Division 3, told the Post Tuesday. "I don't know yet when

the meeting will be rescheduled, but I hope officials will arrange it

in the near future," he added. The meeting had been scheduled to

address recent incursions made by Thai troops into Cambodian territory,

including erecting fences, officials said Sunday.

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