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Vietnam looks to give fishery assistance to Cambodia

Vietnam looks to give fishery assistance to Cambodia

Vietnam has expressed inter-est in investing in Cambodia’s aquaculture sector and providing technical support to help boost fisheries production, according to Vietnamese media reports.

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vu Hong Nam said during a visit to Tonle Sap Lake late last week with the governor of Kampong Chhnang province that an official initiative for bilateral collaboration was in the works to help Cambodia promote economic development by using Vietnamese fisheries technology and experience.

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