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In Brief: PM to ban nuclear, biological weapons

In Brief: PM to ban nuclear, biological weapons

Hun Sen will approve a draft law banning chemical, nuclear, biological and radioactive weapons Friday as part of a weekly plenary meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to a press release Thursday, the PM will also draft a Royal Decree to establish a Cambodian engineers association, and likely address issues including whether to ratify the convention on the elimination of discrimination against women and a memorandum on manual labour exchange between Cambodia and Kuwait.

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