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Cambodia and Thailand held talks on the possibility of reopening border gates to restore the economy, according to the Embassy of the Kingdom of Cambodia in Thailand. The discussion at the embassy was led by Cambodia’s Ambassador to Thailand Ouk Sophorn and Chanitr Charnchainarong, chair of the Thailand-Cambodia Business Council,   as well as Thai businessmen.


Solutions were sought to unlock economic activities and the possibility of reopening the main border gates between the two nations, put in place by the strict health measures on entering and leaving between Cambodia and Thailand to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Currently, Thailand allows export and import of  normal goods only in Oddar Meanchey province and the Poipet-Khlong Luk International Checkpoint.

4931.jpg Poipet International Border Gate between Banteay Meanchey, Cambodia, and Sa Kaeo, Thailand. Supplied

Cambodia’s Ambassador to Thailand Ouk Sophorn said that both delegates will propose the requests to the heads of both governments to first open the Poipet-Khlong Luk International Checkpoint in Cambodia’s Banteay Menachey province and Thailand’s Sa Kaeo province.


read more https://www.khmertimeskh.com/50740289/coping-with-a-declining-economy/

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And here lies the problem in that at present there is no solution. They can talk all they want

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