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Thailand, Cambodia agree on ceasefire

The talks (pictured) between commander of Army Region 2 Lt Gen
Thawatchai Samutsakorn and commander of Cambodia’s Army Region 4 Lt Gen
Chea Mon had ended with both Thailand and Cambodia agree on ceasefire.

Army
spokesman Col Sansern Kaewkamnerd said on Saturday afternoon that the
two commanders also agreed that both sides must not deploy more troops
in the border area and that commanders on Thai and Cambodian troops
must oversee their soldiers to prevent future clash.

Surin
provincial governor Serm Chainarong said the commander of Army Region 2
had ordered a reopening of Chong Jom border checkpoint, which had been
closed since Friday.

Somchai Chuapetsophon, an inspector for
Zone 13 of the Ministry of Public Health, said that altogether 14
soldiers and 3 civilians were injured in the border fighting on Friday
and this morning.

One soldier was killed and four others wounded in the border gun-battle this morning.

Bangkok Post
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