29 July, 2010
The situation along the Thai-Cambodia border is normal following Thailand's opposition to Cambodia's management plan for Preah Vihear temple, Chalotorn Phaovibul, charge d'affaires at the Thai embassy in Cambodia, said on Thursday.
Mr Chalotorn said he believed Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen would not react until the World Heritage Committee decides whether to approve Cambodia's management plan for the ancient Hindu temple.
any reinforcement of troops along the border is normal, he said, adding that he has not received reports of any unusual situation there.
The Foreign Ministry has instructed him to monitor Phnom Penh's reaction and reported back to Bangkok, he said.
No matter what the WHC's decision would be, Mr Chalotorn said he believed Thailand and Cambodia would each refrain from violence and use diplomatic means to solve their conflict.