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Hun Sen to troops: play sport, not war

Hun Sen to troops: play sport, not war

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday urged Cambodian and Thai troops stationed along the disputed border area near Preah Vihear temple to play sports in order to avoid military confrontation. “Just play sports together, play arts together, or join together to do other things to get along with each other,” he said during the opening ceremony of National Road 6 linking Siem Reap with Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet town.

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