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Thursday, 30 September 2010

PM to visit Burma next month

NEW YORK -- Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva plans to pay a one-day visit to Burma next monthb to confirm cooperation between the two countries.

Mr Abhisit will hear the Burmese government’s plans for after the election on Nov 7 and discuss the status of former opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, other jailed prisoners and the problems of some ethnics minorities groups.

He is scheduled to visit the neighbouring country on Oct 11.

Foreign Minister Kasit Piromya said Thailand will assure Burma about the preparation of the border negotiation, connectivity, roads and bridges building as well as the progress of the roads building project at Kho Khareng which is funded by the Thai government.

“The Thai government also wants to learn more about the Burmese privatization which has just started with its state enterprises and the open market policy. We are interested to learn which sectors will be of interest to the Thai private sector and confirm our readiness to cooperate on the economic front,’’ said the foreign minister.
Source: http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/198938/pm-to-visit-burma-next-month

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