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UK Aid

Britain's aid program chief for Asia visited Cambodia recently to discuss bilateral

aid with the government.

During his visit he oversaw an agreement by the British Government to give $1.5 million

of medical supplies.

It was signed on Dec. 7 by British Ambassador David Burns and Foreign Affairs Minister

Prince Norodom Sirivudh.

Since the Paris Peace Conference in 1991, Britain has committed $30 million to projects

in Cambodia.

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