Tuesday, 15 March 2011

DAP News. Breaking News by Soy Sopheap

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Thai government will talk on Indonesia’s proposal on March 24-26

Tuesday, 15 March 2011 08:04 DAP-NEWS/SORN SOPHEAK

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA, MARCH 15, 2011-“Thai government will discuss on proposal from Indonesia tomorrow on the meeting of joint border committee and general border committee on March 24-26 March in Bogor,” Thai ambassador said

Outgoing Thai ambassador to Phnom Penh told Deputy Prime Minister Hor Namhong in a courtesy ceremony, that Thai government will have an internal meeting on the Indonesia’s proposal tomorrow, Khuy Khuong, spokesman for foreign ministry quoted as telling media after the meeting. New Thai ambassador will be appointed in April, Kong said.

Cambodian side hopes that Thai side will receive Indonesian observers quickly to monitor the permanent ceasefire,” Kong said. “We are trying to shorten the conflict and expand cooperation, he added.

Samdech Hun Sen yesterday said that Cambodia also will buy walkie-talkies and transportation in Cambodia and other expenditure for Indonesian observers for their work in the country. Cambodian and Thai Foreign ministers agreed to get Indonesian observers on Feb 22.

Thai troop invaded Cambodian soil through unilateral map at areas near 11th century Preah Vihear temple.

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50,000 environmental activists in Cambodia plan to clean city

Tuesday, 15 March 2011 07:58 DAP-NEWS

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA, MARCH 15, 2011-50,000 environment activists in Cambodia plan to conduct a campaign to clean city in a move raise awareness about the environmental issues.

“They plan to clean 8 places in Phnom Penh city and some places that need to educate about the environmental issues and stop throwing litters ,” statement from AIESEC.

The theme this year “Cambodia let do it,” the statement noted. They plan to clean the city on April 23, it added.

“They also will host the campaign at the universities and schools in Phnom Penh, it said.

Phnom Penh authorities announced about the money fine for litter throwers. They were fined about $2.5 but cases have still happened and some restaurants which put waste disorderly also fined.

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