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Ambassador Mikami: Japan-Cambodia friendship will continue to flourish

Publication date 17 February 2021 | 10:09 | ICT

Chumreap Suo! It is my great pleasure to celebrate the National Day of Japan with Cambodian people again this year, although it is unfortunate that we are still having to avoid meeting up face to face or gathering in large groups.



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