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Hun Sen says developing nations ‘targets of rivalry’

Publication date 22 September 2020 | 23:02 | ICT

Prime Minister Hun Sen spoke at the virtual UN General Assembly on Monday, saying that developing nations often become targets of punishment for their imperfections when they don’t rise to the standards of developed countries.

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