Air force operations along the border with Cambodia will proceed as normal in the lead up to the International Court of Justice ruling on the Preah Vihear temple dispute next month.
Air force chief Prajin Jantong said Wednesday that while no changes have been made to security operations, personnel have been advised to avoid any actions that might inflame tensions.
He ruled out air patrols along the border ahead of the Nov 11 ruling.
ACM Prajin said the air force has set up a committee to gather information and monitor the border situation.
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