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SURIN - The Thai-Cambodian Regional Border Committee (RBC) has reached an agreement where both sides will strive to maintain peace along the border after the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) ruling on Monday. 

The agreement was reached at an informal meeting of the RBC held in Surin province on Sunday, one day ahead of the ICJ's ruling on the disputed territory surrounding the Preah Vihear temple.

The Thai team was led by 2nd Army commander Charnchai Poothong while its Cambodian counterpart was headed by Cambodia's Fourth Region Army commander Gen Chea Mon.

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