Cambodian PM says plans to visit Myanmar for talks with military rulers


PHNOM PENH (Reuters): Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen (pic) said on Monday (Dec 6) he planned to visit Myanmar for talks with the country's military rulers and to help mend divisions within the Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean).

Myanmar's standing as a member of the 10-country Asean was thrown into the spotlight by a Feb 1 coup, but in comments during a ceremony in Prey Veng province Hun Sen said Myanmar was a "family member of Asean" and it was time to strengthen the grouping.

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