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In Brief: Kingdom to host anti-drugs meet

In Brief: Kingdom to host anti-drugs meet

Cambodia is to host the 30th annual ASEAN meeting on combating illegal drugs from today through Friday at NagaWorld Hotel and Casino. More than 100 participants from the 10-member countries are expected to attend the event, an official from the National Authority for Combating Drugs (NACD) said. Attending nations will discuss renewed cooperation in the fight against drug abuse and trafficking. “This meeting will urge members of Asian countries to eradicate illegal drugs by 2015,” said Phorn Boramy, director of the International Cooperation Department of the NACD.

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