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Ukraine’s Zelenskyy thanks Hun Sen’s for firm stance, demining assistance

Publication date 30 May 2023 | 10:12 | ICT

Prime Minister Hun Sen reiterated Cambodia’s principled position regarding the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, saying that the Kingdom strictly adheres to the UN Charter and international laws.



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