After a week of renewed border fights, Cambodia and Thailand have agreed to stop shelling on Thursday that has resulted in the deaths of 15 people, Phnom Penh said.
There was no confirmation yet from Bangkok side but the disputed area was quiet today, the AP said.
After a 40-minute meeting at the border, both Southeast Asian countries reached the deal and have agreed to reopen all checkpoints that were closed during the attacks, said Cambodia's Phay Siphan.
"The news is a good news for every side."
One Thai army was killed this morning that brought the total fatalities to 15.
Details of this report here.