n PM warns Thai border spat may bring 'bloodshed'
"The issue is very hot. It may cause bloodshed," he added.
He said bilateral efforts to resolve the conflict with
Tensions between the two nations over the disputed border have flared up following protests in
Thai media quoted Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva as saying over the weekend that he was ready to use both diplomatic and military means to settle the dispute.
Hun Sen wrote to the United Nations on Sunday accusing
Abhisit said Monday that the letter was based on incorrect information.
"We are Thais, whatever the problem we should talk."
Troops from both countries exchanged fire briefly on their border in June, the latest in a series of clashes between the neighbours.