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Cambodia | Cambodia Single Network |[Cambodia Single Network Comprehensive Report]According to Cambodian media news, on the morning of June 30, Prime Minister Hun Sen met with Mr. Gotaro OGAWA, the former Japanese ambassador to Cambodia (2000-2003), and expressed the hope that Japan will be in judo. To assist Cambodia so that Cambodia has… – 58cammp.com

[Cambodia Single Net Comprehensive Report]According to Cambodian media, on the morning of June 30, Prime Minister Hun Sen expressed the hope that Japan would assist Cambodia in judo and enable Cambodia to There are enough levels to compete in judo at the upcoming Southeast Asian Games.

Gotaro OGAWA, the former Japanese ambassador to Cambodia, said that he was honored to be back in Cambodia again. He said that he had heard from friends before that every time he went to Cambodia, he would see changes, especially more and more high-rise buildings. After seeing it with my own eyes, I found that Cambodia has indeed undergone tremendous development compared to when I left in 2003.

He said that although his diplomatic mission in Cambodia has ended, his heart will always be in Cambodia, and he will continue to contribute to the development of Cambodia in the future: 1. Assisting the education of Cambodian students through language, research and cultural training; 2. Legal 3. In the field of judo, it will help Cambodia to participate in the Southeast Asian Games hosted by Cambodia in 2023.

Prime Minister Hun Sen expressed his gratitude to Mr. Gotaro OGAWA for his positive contributions to enhancing bilateral relations and Cambodia’s development, especially in the field of human resources training.

Source: Comprehensive Self-Cambodia Media
Compile: Rio_yang
Proofreading: Xiaomi

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