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Section: General News - The UN secretary-general will visit Thailand in two weeks to discuss Bangkok's role in regional security cooperation, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said on October 10, The Nation reports.
Speaking during his weekly TV program, Abhisit said he extended the invitation to Ban Ki-moon to visit Thailand when he met the UN chief in Brussels during the 8th Asia-Europe Meeting.
The UN chief is scheduled to attend the UN-Asean summit in Hanoi at the end of the month so he will stop by in Bangkok on October 26, Abhisit said.
He said Ban Ki-moon had high expectations for Thailand's role in contributing to regional security and during their …