Sat, 7 May 2011

Radio Australia News



Asian leaders have arrived in Jakarta for the annual summit meeting of the Association of South East Nations.


A top agenda item is how to resolve the fighting between Thai and Cambodian troops over the 12th century Preah Vihear temple.


Indonesia mediated a meeting between foreign ministers of Cambodia and Thailand late Friday in efforts to seek solution over their dispute.


Indonesia's Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa is positive about the informal talks saying that resolving the dispute is not an impossible task.




He says the parties need to proceed step by step and he is trying to create a fresh momentum to get things moving.



Both agreed to accept Indonesian observers, in February, but Jakarta has yet to dispatch them because the terms of reference haven't been decided or accepted by all parties.


The latest 13 days of fighting from April the 22nd through to May the Third killed at least 17 soldiers wounded 100 and displaced 70,000 civilians on both sides.

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