Thailand's security agencies are set to open a new chapter on problems in the deep South as the peace dialogue kicked off on Thursday in Kuala Lumpur, a National Security Council (NSC) representative said.
Secretary-General of the National Security Council Lt Gen Paradorn Pattanatabut, left, talks with chairman of the Advisory Council for Peace Building in the Southern Border Provinces Aziz Benhawan ahead of talks with separatists in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. (EPA Photo)
Bhornchart Bunnag, acting advisor on security coordination for the NSC, said the dialogue held in Malaysia between Thai security agencies and separatist group Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) showed that both sides were concerned about local sentiment and accepted that separation was not important anymore.
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