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Military aid

The Indian government has increased the number of military scholarships for Cambodia's

Royal Armed Forces from five to 21. The number of scholarships in other categories

increases from 30 to 40. An embassy spokesman said India now provided more scholarships

to Cambodians than any other country.

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