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In Brief: Vietnam renews security deal

In Brief: Vietnam renews security deal


and Vietnam signed an agreement Tuesday covering improved national

security, social safety and training for the Kingdom's police force,

said Khieu Sopheak, a spokesman for the Ministry of Interior. He added

that the deal was signed by Minister of Interior Sar Kheng and

Vietnam's Minister for Public Security Le Hong Anh. Khieu Sopheak told

the Post Wednesday: "This year Vietnam agreed to train around 400

Cambodian police on short-term and long-term courses." Le has been on

an official visit to the Kingdom and leaves today.


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