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Thai PM Cambodia Visit

Thai PM Cambodia Visit

Thailand's Prime Minister Chuan Leekpai will make an official visit to Cambodia

on January 12 to 14. Chuan will spend two days in Phnom Penh where talks will be

held with both First Prime Minister Norodom Ranariddh and Second Prime Minister Hun

Sen, as well as with other senior Cambodian government officials.

Chuan will also visit Siem Reap and will jointly innaugurate a new "Friendship"

bridge on the Cambodian-Thai border at Poipet, which was built by Thai military engineers

and funded by the British government.

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