Monday, 18 May 2009

To Mr. Tharit Jarungwat, a Siam FM spokesman

Cambodian Action Committee for Justice & Equity (CACJE)
No: 3 Fountain Ave. Cranston RI, 02920 Web:, Email:
"CACJE is an Alliance for People Power, Promote Social Justice & Support Human Equity"

No: 0049 / CACJE
14th May 2009


Cambodian Action Committee for Justice and Equity (CACJE) opposes categorically the declaration of Thai Foreign Ministry's spokesman Mr. Tharit Jarungwat who claims shamelessly that Cambodia could not ask for compensation from Thailand for border clash in April 3, 2009 because the clash site is on the Thai territory.

The baseless claim of Thai Foreign Ministry’s spokesman shows not only the volition of Thai government to ignore his own history but also to look down the Cambodians victims of the Thai Army aggression who lost their lives and their entire livelihood.

Cambodia Foreign Ministry should protest and urge Foreign Ministry of Thailand to condemn and categorically reject the claim of Thai Foreign Ministry's spokesman Tharit Jarungwat relative to Preah Vihear aggression.

CACJE would like to remind the public and the world, in order to solve the borders conflicts of Cambodia versus Thailand, Vietnam and Laos the best way to fix it is to bring this affair under the auspice of the Security Council of the United Nations (UNSC). Only the international treaties and universal treaties might provide the best protection to Cambodia.

Chief Mission

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