The Judgment of the International Court of Justice ( ICJ ) In the Hague on 15 June 1962
by nine votes to three,
finds that the Temple of Preah Vihear is situated in territory under the sovereignty of Cambodia;
finds in consequence,
by nine votes to three,
that Thailand is under an obligation to withdraw any military or police forces, or other guards or keepers, stationed by her at the Temple, or in its vicinity on Cambodian territory;
by seven votes to five,
that Thailand is under an obligation to restore to Cambodia any objects of the kind specified in Cambodia's fifth Submission which may, since the date of the occupation of the
Temple by Thailand in 1954, have been removed from the Temple or the Temple area by the Thai authorities.
Request for interpretation of the Judgment of 15 June 1962 in the case concerning the Temple of Preah Vihear (Cambodia v. Thailand) (Cambodia v. Thailand) - Order - Request for the Indication of Provisional Measures
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|Remarks by the Ambassador during the Photographic Exhibition to celebrate the International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action, UNHQs, New York.|
I would like to express my deep gratitude to those who make this exhibition possible including UN Mine Action Team and Photographer Marco Grob whose work has also been displayed at the 11th Meeting of the States Parties to the Ottawa Convention in Phnom Penh last year as well as Mr. Giovanni Diffident who has been kind enough to contribute his photographs of landmine victims in Libya.
As you may see, this exhibition is a meaningful tool to capture the attention of the world to landmines issues and make the voice of the landmines victims heard. The shots revealed their scars, their fears, and their situation living in and around the impact zone. These images also show vividly the costs of mines and explosive remnants of war long after the conflict end. Although they are manufactured at very low cost, they are extremely expensive to remove and indiscriminately dismember and maim innocent civilians generations after.
Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
By committing to the mine ban movement, Cambodia has assumed since 2011 the presidency of the 11th Meeting of the States Parties to the Ottawa Convention. With that Meeting, the Mine Ban Treaty was returning to a place where it all started 20 years ago from human tragedy and suffering of the victims in Cambodia and in other similar regions in Mozambique, Angola, Afghanistan and Bosnia-Herzegovina where the commitment to put an end to these inhumane and deadly weapons was born.
We highly commend the firm solidarity among all States Parties to the Convention, all concerned international and non-governmental organizations and others stakeholders, who have collectively worked towards our noble cause for A Mine-Free World.
The ongoing success in mine clearance depends on both the effort of the governments and the support of their partner. We would like to take this solemn opportunity to express our profound gratitude to donors, NGOs, civil societies, agencies and other institutions for their valuable support and contribution.