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Cambodia Airways completes East Timor medical flights

Publication date 02 December 2020 | 16:55 | ICT

Cambodia Airways on December 2 once again accepted a government assignment to arrange two special flights to deliver the 1.05 million masks and other medical equipment donated by Prime Minister Hun Sen to assist East Timor's fight against

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