Cambodia and Thailand agree to end their border demarcation, measuring 798 km. at the end of year 2006, before maritime border talks can resume, which the two neighboring countries have conflict over, allege Cambodian high ranking border officials Thursday.
This is the first time that the two countries set up a time for their border demarcation helping Cambodia and Thailand to end the border conflict, toward a peaceful, stable and developmental border.
President and chairman of Cambodia-Vietnam Joint Border Commission Var Kim Hong told VOA that the two countries will do their border demarcation in the near future.
Opposition Sam Rainsy party legislator Keo Remy supports this demarcation but warns about some land loss.