Defence minister preps for talks with Cambodia

Defence minister preps for talks with Cambodia
Defence minister preps for talks with Cambodia

In order to promote border peace and address concerns relating to clashing border areas between the two countries, the Ministry of Defense is developing ideas for discussions with Cambodia.

Defence Minister Sutin Klungsang said the government can support the government legislation to boost economic actions along the Thai-Cambodia border in reference to Hun Manet’s official visit to Thailand on Wednesday.

He claimed that while the war has a part to play in easing border tensions, the government wants to strengthen ties with Cambodia and increase people’s quality of life.

He claimed that during his most recent trip to Cambodia, the ministry reached a deal with Cambodia on how to advance border peace, and he will present these ideas to the Thai and Vietnamese perfect ministers at their meeting this week in Bangkok.

The two are probably going to talk about conflicting borders says. According to Mr. Sutin, the General Border Committee ( GBC ), which is presided over by the defense ministers of both countries, is handling the situation.

He asserted that Thailand will make every effort to resolve boundary problems and prevent problems that might rekindle hostilities. He responded that the state would uphold mutual agreements but declined to discuss the details when asked if deals would adhere to the platform established by a 2001 memorandum of understanding. A Joint Technical Committee between Thailand and Cambodia mediates disputes and mutual development. Its job is also subject to criticism.

However, Srettha Thavisin, the prime minister, announced yesterday that combined efforts to combat fine dust pollution would be discussed at the meeting with his counterpart in Cambodia.

He asserted that the neighboring nation is taking the problem seriously and the government is prepared to provide assistance to Cambodia in battling fog waste.

According to a cause, Jakkapong Sangmanee, the deputy minister of foreign affairs, spoke with Eang Sophalleth on Friday about their combined efforts to combat the smog issue.

Six northern provinces were experiencing red-coded ( seriously harmful ) levels of fine dust as of 7 a.m. yesterday, according to the Geo- Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency ( Gistda ).