Laos-Viet-Cambodia Marker

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    2008-0119 - VNA - Landmark planted on border line T-junction

    Landmark planted on border line T-junction
    10:20' 19/01/2008 (GMT+7)
    VietNamNet Bridge - A landmark has been planted on the T-junction of the border
    line between Viet Nam , Laos and Cambodia.

    A ceremony to inaugurate the landmark was held at the site on January 18 with
    the co-chairmanship of Vietnamese Deputy Foreign Minister Dao Viet Trung,
    Cambodian Senior Minister in charge of Border Affairs Var Kim Hong, and Lao
    Deputy Foreign Minister and Head of the National Border Committee Phongsavad

    Present at the ceremony were representatives from three countriesโ€™ relevant
    ministries and agencies, authorities and people of three bordering provinces,
    Kon Tum of Viet Nam, Attopeu of Laos and Rattanakiri of Cambodia.

    The 2m-high granite landmark is placed on a mountain peak at an altitude of
    1,086m which was the intersection of the three countriesโ€™ border lines.

    Construction of the landmark by central highlands Kon Tum province started in
    December 2007 under the supervision of the three countriesโ€™ experts.

    Representatives from the three countries agreed that the T-junction border
    landmark was planted in accordance with the border treaties signed by the three
    countries. They also expressed hope that the landmark would become a tourist

    They shared the view that the erection of the landmark show the will, aspiration
    and determination of the three countriesโ€™ governments and people to jointly
    deal with border issues and it was an evidence of the mutual confidence,
    understanding and cooperation between the three countries.

    The three governmentsโ€™ officials affirmed the resolve to complete the land
    border demarcation between Cambodia and the other two countries, while building
    more and upgrading landmarks on the Viet Nam-Lao border line.

    All of the works are aimed to serve for the Development Triangle Programme that
    was agreed by the three countriesโ€™ Prime Ministers to build, protect and
    manage the common border line, thereby building a border of peace, friendship,
    cooperation and development, they stressed.
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