Cambodia PM thanks Thailand after activists held

Thai PM Srettha Thavisin committed to Hun Manet that he would not allow people to perpetrate 'harmful activities'.

Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Manet on Wednesday thanked Thailand for stopping “interference” in his country’s politics, days after three Cambodian activists were held by Thai police.

Rights groups have long accused Cambodia’s government of persecuting political opponents, and criticised Thailand for arresting dissidents on its soil.

Hun Manet held talks with his Thai counterpart Srettha Thavisin in Bangkok on Wednesday and thanked him for “not allowing Thai territory to be used for any activities for interference in Cambodian internal politics”.

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