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In Brief: Thai prime minister invited to visit

In Brief: Thai prime minister invited to visit

The Cambodian government has invited Thailand's new prime minister,

Somchai Wongsawat, to a meeting in Cambodia to discuss the border

dispute between the two countries, after Somchai returns from the UN

General Assembly in New York. Hor Namhong, Cambodia's foreign minister,

wrote in a letter to Thailand's minister of foreign affairs that he

hoped the meeting would lead to a peaceful solution to the border

dispute.

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