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Heads of state set for Cambodian visits

Heads of state set for Cambodian visits

SLOVAKIAN President Ivan Gasparovic and Indian President Pratibha Patil both plan to visit Cambodia later this month, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said yesterday. “The Slovakian president and the Indian president will pay a visit to Cambodia this month – the Indian president in the middle of September and the Slovakian president early this month,” ministry spokesman Koy Kuong said. In a statement yesterday, the ministry said that Gasparovic would visit the country from September 7 to September 10. During his visit, he would meet with King Norodom Sihamoni and Prime Minister Hun Sen and visit the temples of Angkor.

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