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Ban Ki-moon visit: UN official to arrive in two weeks

Ban Ki-moon visit: UN official to arrive in two weeks

Ban Ki-moon visit
UNITED Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon is scheduled to arrive in Cambodia on October 26, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday.

Ban, along with a delegation of UN officials, is expected to meet with King Norodom Sihamoni, Prime Minister Hun Sen and officials at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia during his three-day visit to the Kingdom, according to the statement.

Information Minister and government spokesman Khieu Kanharith said yesterday that he expected that “the secretary general of the UN will hold talks with the prime minister about the issue of human rights”.

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