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Internal affairs warning issued

Internal affairs warning issued

The Foreign Affairs Ministry on Monday issued a statement criticising diplomatic missions that interfere in the Kingdom’s internal affairs. “There have been many occasions in which some heads of diplomatic missions behaved like a proconsul of his or her country to Cambodia ... such behaviours are not acceptable,” the statement read. Foreign Affairs spokesman Koy Kuong declined to elaborate on the statement beyond saying that an international convention clearly states that host countries can take action against visitors interfering in internal affairs.

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