Prime Minister Hun Sen said Thursday he wants a ceasefire to be signed at the Asean meeting Tuesday in Jakarta.
Although the government has denied ordering the sites censored, a leaked memo indicates it indeed ordered access cut.
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For decades, Cambodians here have been much more isolated from their fellow countrymen than from their Lao neighbors to the north.
The Security Council urged both sides to agree to a permanent ceasefire and encouraged the venue of Asean for mediation.
Much of the national unity has solidified in recent weeks, following heavy border fighting with Thailand between Feb. 4 and Feb. 7.
A spokeswoman for Unesco told VOA Khmer that any visit would have to be done with “full collaboration” from both countries.
The leaked e-mail suggests the anti-government website KI Media has been a particular target of the government.
Defense lawyers have argued their clients have been held beyond the mandated limits of pre-trial detention.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has categorized the fighting as “a small war” between the two countries.
The Security Council on Monday encouraged Asean arbitration in the longstanding border feud between Cambodia and Thailand.
Meanwhile, Surya Subedi, the UN’s special envoy for human rights is in Cambodia to assess the courts.