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Assembly official to attend diversity event

Assembly official to attend diversity event

Nguon Nhel, first deputy president of the National Assembly, will lead a delegation to attend the Inter-Parliamentary Conference on the Diversity of Cultural Expression to be held in Quebec City, Canada, during February 2-3. According to the statement released by the General Secretariat of the National Assembly on Tuesday, parliamentary representatives from 77 countries will attend the meeting. The conference will examine the implementation of UNESCO’S Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, adopted in 2005.

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