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In Brief: Hun Sen to attend ASEAN meetings

In Brief: Hun Sen to attend ASEAN meetings

Prime Minister Hun Sen announced Monday that he plans to attend next month's meeting of the ASEAN plus three group, which includes China, Japan and South Korea. The meeting will be held in Bangkok from April 10 to 12.

The announcement came during a temple inauguration ceremony in Kampong Speu province. The meeting was first scheduled to be held last December but was postponed because of political turmoil in Thailand.


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