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Cambodia-China Environmental Cooperation Center inaugurated

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Cambodia-China Environmental Cooperation Center inaugurated

Vice-minister of China’s Ministry of Ecology Zhao Yingmin (left) and Say Sam Al, the Kingdom’s environment minister unveil a sign for the Cambodia-China Environmental Cooperation Center.

The Chinese official paid a visit to his Cambodian counterpart on Wednesday to sign a memorandum of understanding regarding several joint initiatives.

At the event, Yingmin said: ‘This operation is an achievement of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of China-Cambodia relations, especially in the field of the environment where the two countries’ leaders are building trust.’ Sam Al added that the agreements were signed in order for the nations to help each other solve environmental problems and set goals for personnel training.

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