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Prime Minster warns phones to be turned off

PRIME Minister Hun Sen ordered officials to turn off their mobile phones during his public speeches. “It really disturbs,” Hun Sen said, during a ground-breaking ceremony for road renovations in Kampong Speu province, adding that his warning will be implemented at every one of his future meetings or speeches given across the country. Hun Sen also praised China for its continued support of Cambodia’s infrastructures developments.

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