Thailand is ready to hold bilateral talks to defuse the Thai-Cambodian border dispute and to sign a ceasefire agreement but it depends on the Cambodian decision on its commitment to the United Nations, Thai Minister of Foreign Affairs Kasit Piromya.

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Thai FM: ‘Ball in Cambodian court’ on bilateral talks, permanent cease fire

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