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Delegation departs for border talks

Delegation departs for border talks

Minister of Defence Tea Banh led a delegation that departed Thursday for a two-day meeting of the General Border Commission in Pattaya. Members of the Regional Border Committee from both countries are also expected attend the meeting, which aims to enhance military cooperation along the countries’ shared border in areas such as drug and human trafficking, and international law enforcement. Yim Phim, commander of Royal Cambodian Armed Forces Brigade 8, said Thursday that the situation at the border remained calm.


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