Vietnam, Cambodia to solve border issues by 2012

Vietnam, Cambodia to solve border issues by 2012

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Cambodia: Vietnam and Cambodia have vowed to complete border demarcation and landmark planting along their common border by late 2012. The agreement was reached during a special session in Phnom Penh between the chairmen of the Vietnam-Cambodia Joint Committee on land border demarcation and landmark planting.

The Vietnamese delegation was led by Ho Xuan Son, Deputy Foreign Minister, Chairman of the National Border Committee and Chairman of the Vietnam-Cambodia Joint Committee on land border demarcation and landmark planting.

The Cambodian delegation was led by Var Kim Hong, Senior Minister in charge of border affairs, Chairman of the Cambodia-Vietnam Joint Committee on land border demarcation and landmark planting.

Both parties reviewed and discussed measures to speed up the work on land. Accordingly, a workshop will be held in Vietnam’s Can Tho City in mid July 2010 to draw experience and complete the procedure for border demarcation and landmark planting. They also agreed to hold a meeting of a mapping group in Phnom Penh in late June 2010.

The two chairmen agreed to convene their upcoming meeting in Vietnam this September.

Source: VOVNews