Cambodia and Thailand Talk Mine Clearance on Borders


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(Phnom Penh Post) The Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) first vice-president Ly Thuch told The Post on September 17 that he met with Thai ambassador Cherdkiat Atthakor and Supathat Narindarabhakdi, director-general of the Thailand Mine Action Centre (TMAC), last week to discuss cooperation. The meeting took place during a September 13 workshop titled “Enhancing Innovative and Sustainable Practices in Mine/UXO Action”.

“We will conduct a detailed study with one another in clearing landmines and UXO in contaminated areas along the borders. After receiving detailed information from the Thai side, Cambodian specialists will work together to provide mine clearance cooperation, at an appropriate time,” he said.

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Published: Thursday, September 21, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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