Kandal governor reports that Vietnamese soldiers have upgraded four more tents.
Vietnamese soldiers upgrade “border-some” tents with structures made up of concrete.
The strong action from the ministry has ended a month-long protest along the streets.
Council of Ministers considers those recently-arrested over border issues as “extremists”.
Kimhong: Allegation that farmland is lost due to border demarcation is unsubstantiated.
MPWT is seeking to open a new international border gate with Vietnam.
Authorities are inspecting border areas in Ponhea Krek.
Ministry to upgrade a border checkpoint between Prey Veng and Vietnam’s Tay Ninh.
Vietnamese replacing tents with structures at border.
Tea Banh defends the authenticity of the 84 percent border demarcation with Vietnam.
Border Affairs Com. to hand over newly drawn up border topographic maps.
PM orders Kimhong to meet with villagers claiming their farmlands taken by Vietnam.
Protests to demand the release of Chhun who was charged over border-statements.
Following claims the topographic maps were unilaterally drawn up by Vietnam.
Border Affairs Committee exchange border topographic maps with the Vietnamese.
Rong Chhun is arrested over a remark he made concerning border issues.
Koy Pisey had described the issue of Vietnamese soldiers setting up tents as trifling.
Interior Ministry secretary of state Sak Setha has said the ministry is checking and verifying the positions of “some tents” set up by Vietnamese soldiers along the border.
Gov’t informs Vietnam regarding its decision to lift the ban on cross-border movement.
Border Affairs Committee will study a request by the Interior Ministry to inspect the installed tents on borders’ reports.
Vietnam invites Cambodian authorities to conduct a joint inspection at tents’ area.
Vietnam says the tents were set up in a “completely within” Vietnamese territory.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs questions Vietnamese ambassador over the tents case.
Vietnamese authorities at the provincial level apologise over the setting up of tents.
Interior Ministry says Vietnam has removed all structures while a local official says not.
Vietnam not yet replied to a diplomatic note over tents in a disputed border stretch.
Foreign Affairs Ministry sends a diplomatic note to Vietnamese embassy over setting up of tents in a disputed border stretch.
Vietnamese soldiers have already started dismantling tents at a disputed border.
Vietnamese soldiers who set up tents at a disputed border stretch refuse to dismantle.
Authorities ask Vietnamese officials to remove tents built along the border.