April 29, 2011
Indonesia's Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa said on Thursday that the border conflict between Thailand and Cambodia would be discussed at the upcoming ASEAN Summit slated on May 7-8 in Jakarta.
"The conflict would be discussed at the ASEAN Summit on bilateral or trilateral basis," Natalegawa said after meeting with his Thai counterpart Kasit Piromya at his office.
As the rotating chair of ASEAN this year, Indonesia has proposed dialogue to end the the border conflict between Thailand and Cambodia. Both countries have agreed to settle the border dispute through diplomatic means involving ASEAN role.
Indonesia will deploy its observers on the disputed border to supervise the implementation of ceasefire agreement between the two countries.