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PM discusses road to link northern provinces

PRIME Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday that he is seeking funds for the construction of a paved road linking Mondulkiri and Ratanakkiri provinces. Speaking at a graduation ceremony in Phnom Penh, Hun Sen said a US$100 million extension of a road connecting Mondulkiri province to Ratanakkiri province was currently under study. “We want to make it easier for travellers who are going from Mondulkiri to Ratanakkiri,” the premier said. Due to the lack of a proper road linking the two provinces, travellers are currently forced to take long detours through Stung Treng and Kratie provinces.

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