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According to the English-language Nation newspaper, the junta that overthrew Thaksin four months ago took it one step further, ordering the military to switch to two-way radio to avoid spying by Singapore.
“We will use more radio communications. We already have the equipment, so we’ll just go back to our old tools,” junta chief General Sonthi Boonyaratglin was reported as saying.
The row stems from a meeting between Thaksin and one of Singapore’s deputy prime ministers in the city-state last weekend. Thailand retaliated by suspending high level diplomatic meetings.