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Dr. Hun Sen asks Thai Opposition Party Not to Link Cambodia to Its Internal Politics

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Your noodling threat can’t make me,Abhisit taunting PAD thai…

21 /01/2013

Dr. Hun Sen, Prime Minister of Cambodia, this morning requested the Democrat Party, a Thai opposition party, not to link Cambodia to Thailand’s internal politics.

“Thai politics have been heated up recently, and the message we want to send back [to the Democrat Party’s current leader Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva] is not to link Cambodia to the Thai internal issues,” said Dr. Hun Sen at a ceremony to present land title certificates to 1,298 families in Siem Bok district of Stung Treng province.

According to Dr. Hun Sen, the Democrat Party and the Thai yellow shirt group always link Cambodia to the Thai internal politics by accusing former Thai Prime Minister H.E. Thaksin Shinawatra of having secret individual interests with Cambodia over the negotiations of the area of overlapping maritime claims (OCA).

“They accused H.E. Thaksin Shinawatra of having tolerated the land border tension between Cambodia and Thailand, especially at Preah Vihear Temple area, in an exchange of oil and gas in the overlapping maritime area,” said Hun Sen, asking Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva to show the evidence.

“If you [Abhisit Vejjajiva] cannot find the evidence, it means that you cheated over 60 million Thai people and over 14 million Cambodian people as well,” he added.

On the occasion, the Cambodian premier also revealed the negotiations with the Abhisit government on the OCA area including a meeting between Dr. Hun Sen and former Thai Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Suthep Thaugsuban and Former Minister of Defense Mr. Pravit Wongsuwan in June 2009 in Cambodia’s Kandal province, and behind-the-scene discussions between H.E.Dr. Sok An, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister in charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers of Cambodia, and Mr. Suthep Thaugsuban in Hong Kong in August 2009, and in Kunming in July 2010, even during the time when the Joint Technical Committee of both countries did not meet formally.

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