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In Brief: Top MP discusses border with Hanoi

In Brief: Top MP discusses border with Hanoi

Cambodian National Assembly President Heng Samrin was reported by

Vietnamese state media as saying that demarcation of their shared

border would be complete by 2012 following a meeting with his

Vietnamese counterpart in Hanoi from January 15 to 19."We are like

brothers, we always help each other," National Assembly deputy

secretary general Chan Ven said, though he would offer no details on

the ongoing talks. A bilateral agreement was signed in November last

year allowing visa-free travel between the two countries. 

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