Thailand's foreign ministry says Burma may seek to postpone a new round of international talks on its political future.
A ministry spokesman told VOA today (Tuesday) Burmese officials may ask to delay the talks so they follow a constitutional convention due to start in Burma next month.
He said Thailand is hoping to stick to the original plan of opening talks on the so-called "Bangkok Process" in the Thai capital on April 29th. He said the two sides should reach an agreement on timing later this week.
Burma has not commented on the Thai report.
Thailand organized the first round of international talks on Burma last year, in an effort to encourage reforms by the military regime.
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