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Francophonie summit

CAMBODIA’S Foreign Minister Hor Namhong will lead a delegation to attend the 13th annual Francophonie Summit in Montreux, Switzerland, beginning October 23, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday. During the two-day summit, officials will discuss international issues including food security and climate change, as well as cooperation among member states of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, according to the press statement. The OIF consisted of 55 member states and governments and 13 observer states as of
2008, according to its website.

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