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Green light for Rotary

T he Co-Prime Ministers have agreed to allow Rotary International to establish a

presence in Cambodia.

Alf Delang, an ADB advisor to the Ministry of

Education said: "The two Prime Ministers signed a letter of invitation to Rotary

Internation while they were in Indonesia."

"Rotary International is a

non-profit, non-religious, non-governmental organization of male and female

businessmen. We don't go anywhere unless we are invited." Delang said.

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