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Hun Sen offers encouragement to para athletes

Publication date 27 May 2023 | 17:01 | ICT

With the 12th ASEAN Para Games fast approaching, Prime Minister Hun Sen advised the athletes who are due to compete in the biennial multi-sports event to respect their sporting ethics and remain disciplined, whether they win or lose.



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