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PM on Japan Visit

PM on Japan Visit

Prime Minister Hun Sen began an official three-day visit to Japan on June 13 to meet

his counterpart Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Hun Sen will hold bilateral talks with

Abe, focusing on a range of issues, including increased aid for infrastructural development.

The PM is expected to sign an agreement on the promotion and protection of investment

in Cambodia. Hun Sen is also scheduled to meet Japanese Emperor Akihito. Japan is

Cambodia's largest donor within the Consultative Group, renamed the Cambodian Development

Cooperation Forum (CDCF), which will meet in Phnom Penh next week.

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