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Columbia’s top diplomat set for Cambodia visit

Columbia’s top diplomat set for Cambodia visit

MARIA Angela Holguin, Columbia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, was scheduled to visit Cambodia from January 16-20, the Cambodian Foreign Ministry said in a statement yesterday. Holguin will be received by King Norodom Sihamoni and will meet with Prime Minister Hun Sen, in addition to holding bilateral talks with Foreign Minister Hor Namhong. Foreign Ministry spokesman Koy Kuong said the visit, Holguin’s first to Cambodia, was intended to “strengthen the relationship and cooperation between the two countries”. During her visit, Holguin will also visit Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and Angkor Wat.

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