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Lao Foreign Ministry


Laos Foreign Ministry Spokesman


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new.winonadailynews.com

Yong Chanthalansy, a spokesman for the Laos Foreign Ministry, denied the U.S. claim and said police had determined the three men identified as Hakit Yang, Conghineng Yang and Trillion Yunhaison had not been arrested.Yong said Laos is seeking talks with the United States to "clarify the matter."


edition.cnn.com [cached]

Yong Chanthalansy, a spokesman for the Lao Foreign Ministry, said Tuesday morning in a telephone interview that the Laotian government "guarantees that these Hmong will not be prosecuted.They will be sent back to lead a normal life."He also said the matter was a "totally internal affair of Laos" and the UNHCR has no reason to intervene."They are not the refugees who have escaped from a war-torn country," he said.


www.dailycomet.com [cached]

Foreign Ministry spokesman Yong Chanthalansy insists the ruling Lao People's Revolutionary Party is rock solid and popular."The party came from the grass roots and it's never forgotten its supreme mission of promoting the interests of the people," he says.Below the party, which numbers nearly 100,000 privileged members, internal pressure for change has been minimal.


www.hfxnews.com

A Laos Foreign Ministry spokesman, Yong Chanthalansy, said by telephone from the Laotian capital Vientiane that the earthquake lasted for about 10 seconds. He said their were no initial reports of casualties from the remote area and that there had been no panic.


www.irrawaddy.org [cached]

Yong Chanthalansy, a spokesman for the Lao Foreign Ministry, said Tuesday morning in a telephone interview that the Laotian government "guarantees that these Hmong will not be prosecuted.They will be sent back to lead a normal life." He also said the matter was a "totally internal affair of Laos" and the UNHCR has no reason to intervene. "They are not the refugees who have escaped from a war-torn country," he said.


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