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In Brief: Japan welcomes new government

In Brief: Japan welcomes new government

Japan has welcomed

the new Cambodian People's Party (CPP) government, according to a

statement issued by the press secretary and director general for Press

and Public Relations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, last Thursday. Kaori

Yoshimatsu, secretary for Cultural and Public Affairs at the Japanese

embassy, told the Post that the Japanese government intends to continue

to actively support Cambodia's nation-building efforts.  


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